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Why Discuss Your Medical History Before Opting for Oral Sedation?

Apr 22nd, 2018 | By

Maintaining your oral health by visiting the dentist regularly or at the first sign of a dental issue is important. However, some patients feel fear or anxiety at the thought of a dental appointment, which hinders them from receiving the care that they need. Oral sedation can alleviate apprehension prior to a dental appointment. Although

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How Sedation Dentistry Can Help You

Mar 24th, 2018 | By

Daily care, such as brushing and flossing, and biannual visits to the dentist are equally important parts of maintaining good dental health. Additionally, when you have issues such as tenderness or pain in your gums or teeth, you should schedule an appointment with your trusted dentist as soon as possible. Although many people understand the

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How Does Conscious Sedation Help Dental Anxiety?

Feb 14th, 2018 | By

Conscious sedation in dentistry is a gentle form of sedation that helps patients conquer their fears and anxieties, for a more pleasant experience while they have their oral health needs attended. Conscious sedation is quite different from “sleep dentistry,” which uses stronger intravenous medication to induce general anesthesia. Conscious sedation is usually far more convenient

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Questions to Ask Your Sedation Dentist

Dec 28th, 2017 | By

Certain dental procedures require the need for stronger sedation other than local anesthesia. You may also want sedation if you suffer from dental anxiety or have difficulty numbing. It is the sedation dentist’s job to make sure you receive excellent care and remain comfortable throughout your entire procedure. Before undergoing any procedure or sedatives, there

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What Causes Dental Anxiety?

Nov 22nd, 2017 | By

When you hear someone mention visiting the dentist, do you get sweaty palms and a nervous stomach? Do you frequently cancel dental appointments – even if you’re in pain? If you are nodding yes, you may have a serious case of dental anxiety. While it may seem to be a made up term, it is

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How Oral Sedation Can Help Special Needs Patients

Nov 8th, 2017 | By

Special needs can encompass people of all ages. Whether you are a parent of a young child with special needs or the caretaker of an elderly relative, you know that special provisions must be followed to ensure your family member remains calm, yet receives the medical care they need. Finding medical professionals, including a special

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7 Ways Oral Sedation Makes Dental Treatment More Comfortable

Oct 18th, 2017 | By

With the introduction of oral sedation into the dental industry, dentists today are able to make dental care more relaxing and comfortable for their patients. While dental anxiety is a primary reason that many patients choose to implement oral sedation into their treatment – it’s not the only reason. If you struggle from dental anxiety,

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A Special Needs Dentist Near You

Sep 7th, 2017 | By

At Fresno Dental Studio, our dentists are equipped to meet the requirements of special needs patients. Whether you suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, autism, or dental fear, Fresno, CA special needs dentist Dr. Claudia Denes has a solution to create a calm, relaxing environment for your dental procedure. Dr. Denes is understanding and compassion toward

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Embarrassing Gag Reflux at the Dentist? Ask About Oral Sedation

Aug 31st, 2017 | By

Does your sensitive gag reflux keep you from attending your biannual dental checkups? If this is an issue for you, ask Fresno, CA dentist Dr. Claudia Denes about oral sedation. Our dental studio offers multiple kinds of sedative medication to ease the nerves of anxious patients and provide comfort for those with a sensitive gag

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Dental Sedation Makes Big Dentistry Comfortable

Aug 10th, 2017 | By

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder causes excruciating pain in jaw joints, which connect the upper and lower jawbone to either side of the skull. This disorder often results in upper body stiffness (such as in the neck and shoulders), frequent migraines and headaches, as well as overwhelming discomfort when opening the mouth. Fresno, CA dentist Dr.

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