On the occasion of Republic day 🌟1 day Free dental Camp🌟
Get free dental check up by Dr. Pratibha Narnauliya Borasi ( MDS Periodontist & Implantologist) and consultation on all kinds of dental problems
Date: 26th January 2020
Time: 10 AM to 3 PM
Venue: Mind & Smile Care Clinic
Near Volkswagen Showroom, Opp. Babadiya Kalan Phatak,
Hoshangabad Road, Bhopal
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To say that going to the dentist is an anxiety-fueled event for many people is a significant understatement. These days, though, patients have more options that allow them to relax in the dentist’s chair. Sedation dentistry has made it possible for dental patients to get the dental care they require without having to worry about the anxiety and pain that are often associated with such procedures.
Options for Sedation Dentistry
Today’s options for sedation dentistry mean that some patients can choose to have a needle-less procedure. This type of sedation dentistry — along with inhalation sedation — can make getting dental work more appealing for those people who are averse to needles. Intravenous sedation is also an option for some dental procedures. Regardless of which form of sedation dentistry is used, your dentist will evaluate the options to determine the best method for your particular needs.
One of the most appealing causes that patients choose sedation dentistry — besides its effectiveness at relieving pain and anxiety — is that you remain conscious throughout a great deal of the procedure. In spite of this, many patients report that their dental work took a much shorter amount of time than they anticipated. For this reason, sedation dentistry is a good option for patients who have complex dental requirements that require long surgeries.
Sedation dentistry makes the entire process of dental treatment so relaxed and quick that the dental procedures that are well suited to it are numerous. As mentioned previously, sedation dentistry is a fantastic option for those patients who have complex dental needs and surgeries that would need them to be in the dentist’s chair for long periods of time.
In addition, sedation dentistry is a great way for people with anxiety to get the dental care they need to have a healthy mouth and teeth. If you have a phobia about visiting the dentist or if you have a difficult time controlling your movements, sedation dentistry can address both issues.
Conscious sedation, for example, involves a moderate amount of medication and puts patients in a state of deep relaxation. In spite of this, the patient is still capable to respond to commands and they are still awake. However, it’s not uncommon for patients to doze off while they are under conscious sedation.
Children can often be a challenge when it comes to getting them the dental care they need. While some of this could be attributed to their natural inclination to move and be curious, in other cases a child might have some anxiety about going to the dentist. Opting for sedation dentistry can be a viable way to help youngsters get the oral care they need without it being a traumatic experience.
Snacking in between meals has been touted over the years as an efficient dietary method to fight hunger. Unfortunately, snacking in between meals can cause unforeseen oral health problems in the form of tooth decay and sensitivity. Learn about the best and worst snacks for your teeth, and how to fight tooth decay.
Every time you snack on a sugary meal, the bacteria in your mouth will work to raise the acidity of your mouth. That acid can attack the layer of enamel protecting your teeth causing tooth decay and increasing your risk of dental disease.
Today, it’s almost impossible to have a sugar-free diet. Sugar occurs naturally in many everything we eat, usually as fructose (in fruits and honey) and glucose (carbohydrates). The foods that contain those sugars are also our sources of vitamins and minerals, and other nutrients that our body needs.
It’s the added sugar that can start to create an unexpected trip to the dentist, and sugar can appear where you don’t expect it.
A balanced, teeth-friendly diet doesn’t need to be rigid, or boring, and it definitely doesn’t need to mean less food and calorie counting.
Any diet rich in fresh produce (vegetables, fruit, meat, poultry, and fish) and low in processed foods is a great start. Processed foods are generally foods that have already been cooked in some way can be very high in added sugar.
Follow these simple diet tips to keep your body looking great and your dentist happy:
Eat real food: A balanced diet is key. Cut back your sugar content generally means eating foods that happen naturally like vegetables, nuts, legumes, and well-sourced dairy and meats.
Plan ahead: Think about your weekly meals a few days in advance and cook a bit extra for a quick and easy meal later in the week.
Eat breakfast: It really is the most essential meal of the day. A big breakfast, high in protein, is going to fuel your body and keep your appetite at bay, meaning you will ‘graze’ less.
Hydrate with water: Instead of a can of fizzy drink, or flavored milk, stop and think what the sugar is doing to your teeth. Think about drinking water instead. Your body will thank you for it and you may find you feel less lethargic.