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April 07 2013

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Visiting The General Dentist Glendale for Dental Veneers

Dental veneer, dental porcelain laminates; thin pieces of dental porcelain or composite resins custom made to cover the front surface of the tooth so as to improve the appearance of chipped, discolored, misaligned, misshapen, or unevenly spaced teeth. On the first visit, the general dentist Glendale prepares the tooth for the veneer by reducing a small amount of dental enamel from the front of the tooth. He then makes an impression of the tooth to create a model from which the dental technician works. Depending on the condition of the teeth, this may or may not require local anesthetic. The model is sent to a dental technical laboratory, which manufactures the veneer and returns it to the dentist, who approves the fit and color, both of which can be adjusted before the veneer is fixed on the tooth. (If the prepared teeth are unsightly, the dentist may apply a temporary layer of plastic resin.)

On the second visit, the general dentist Glendale cleans and polishes the tooth surface then etches it with a weak acid solution to provide an appropriate surface for attaching the veneer. The dentist applies a resin to the back of the veneer, sets the veneer in place, and exposes the tooth to a high-intensity light or a laser that "cures" (hardens) the resin. Finally, the dentist removes excess cement, makes adjustments as necessary so as to ensure that the teeth meet properly, and schedules a third visit to check the placement and reaction to the veneer.

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Visiting The Family Dentist Glendale

An estimated 35 million Americans suffer from some degree of anxiety over visiting the family dentist Glendale, and another 12 million can be classified as true phobic. Fortunately, dentists are becoming more and more aware of the problem and have developed many ways to help patients relax—everything from fish tanks in the waiting room to video games to be played while in the dental chair. According to the American Dental Association, most dental squeamishness can be traced to an unpleasant childhood experience. Making a child comfortable with dental treatment from the outset can do much to eliminate anxiety in adulthood. The following tips will show you how to make your child's dental visits more pleasant.

Don't put off a child's first dental visit until a painful condition has occurred. This will only teach the child to associate the dentist with pain. Your child's primary teeth are important, so have they examined as early as your family dentist Glendale and pediatrician recommend. Emphasize to your child that the dentist is a friendly doctor. Never threaten a child with a visit to the dentist as punishment. Avoid passing on any fears about dental treatment you may have to your child. Studies have shown that parents and other family members often provide negative reinforcement about dentists. Dental treatment is not as painful as it used to be. In fact, thanks to widespread fluoridation and new developments such as dental sealants, many kids today have no cavities at all. And when dental work is necessary, modern equipment and techniques minimize the discomfort. Many dentists will postpone treatment until the second visit so that the child can become familiar with the surroundings. Ask the dentist to explain to your child what is being done and why it is necessary, and to use the "tell show, do" technique—where the dentist demonstrates the procedure first—with your child during any treatment.

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April 04 2013

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Finding The Best General Dentist Glendale

You should sit down and make a list of the things you didn't like about your previous dentist. Now make a list, in order of importance, of the things you would appreciate in a new dentist. The list should include things like gender, age, location, available parking, the General glendale dentists personality, commitment to quality and comprehensive care, fee scale, availability of modern techniques, and the size of the practice (multi doctor with large staff v. solo doctor with small staff). Does the practice have evening hours and weekends? Are the dentists preferred providers in an insurance network in which you are insured? For example, if you do not have dental insurance you might be better off in a practice that is not an insurance practice. You should get more personalized treatment in this type of fee for service practice.

Of course a dentist with training as a dental anesthesiologist will have been trained in all forms of anesthesia and sedation as well as being trained in how to handle complications. If you are a frightened patient who should you choose? It depends on how frightened you are and your medical history. If you require general dentistry, are very frightened and you have many medical issues then use a general dentist certified in anesthesiology. Very few periodontists are trained to use I.V. sedation. If the General glendale dentists you have chosen is not trained to use sedation you may ask him to use a dental anesthesiologist to provide sedation during your implant surgery or during your periodontal surgery. Usually the surgery can be done in one visit. This will help with the cost of the sedation since multiple visits will cost more than one long visit

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