Does the thought of going to the dentist make you feel anxious and overwhelmed? Ever since you were a child, the sound of dental tools dragging across a metal tray and the smell of the sterile air has always made you incredibly uncomfortable. You recognize the importance of seeing your dentist to treat problems like cavities, but being a nervous mess keeps you from picking up the phone to schedule your appointment. Sedation dentistry in Corbin can help clear your mind and make your experience tolerable so you’re able to get the care that you need without all the added stress. Read on to learn about what sedation dentistry is and the different types available to you. (more…)
Corbin Family Dental Care Blog
April 30, 2019
February 13, 2019
If you fear going to the dentist, you’re not alone. One study in the Journal of the American Dental Associate estimates that up to 75 percent of Americans have dental anxiety. In addition, other research indicates that up to 20 percent have dental phobia, a much deeper, excessive, and irrational fear of being in the dentist’s chair. But there’s hope! You may have heard that some dentists can offer sedation methods, including nitrous oxide, oral sedatives, and intravenous (IV) sedatives. Although each has its own advantages and disadvantages, one can completely address severe dental anxiety and phobia: IV sedation. Learn more about this type from your IV sedation dentist in Corbin. (more…)
December 23, 2018
You’re in need of a tooth extraction, but you don’t want to endure excruciating pain. Your sedation dentist in Corbin says with the advances in dentistry, there is no need to fear any discomfort, but which form of sedation dentistry is your best option? The professional provides details about IV sedation and how it can benefit you.
October 12, 2018
If you’ve been comparing dentists, you may have noticed some of them offer CEREC technology. CEREC, which stands for chairside economical restoration of esthetic ceramics, allows dentists to create crowns the same day a patient comes in for treatment. For this reason, they’re also referred to as “same-day crowns” and often lauded for their convenience and versatility.
With that being said, it doesn’t mean they should replace traditional crowns entirely. Keep reading to learn why it may be better for you to choose dental crowns in Corbin for your next restorative treatment.