Welcome back to my article series about the Sleep Dentistry Defined approach to gum disease treatment and restoration. In case you missed it, last time I briefly introduced the series. Today, I'll be sharing the basics of gum disease with you – what it is, who it affects, and common symptoms. Then in future installments [...]
Did you know I have jumped out of a plane, that I play the piano, or that I love doing root canals and find them—even the really hard ones—to be beautiful puzzles? I wrote a book about all these things that I'd love to share with you!
We’re constantly looking for ways to make life easier for our patients. This commitment extends to our payment and financing options: we have two fantastic lenders that give our patients more options for paying for their dental care.
My patients come to me with all kinds of dental issues, but the one I want to talk about today is gingival recession, more commonly referred to as receding gums or gum recession. It is an interesting problem because it often sneaks up on patients – it develops gradually and you may not notice anything wrong for several years.
One key piece of the Lampee Rejuvenation that I don’t talk about very much, but is nevertheless a very, very important part of what we do, is the advanced knowledge and training of my team, paired with the high-tech dental tools that we have here at Sleep Dentistry Defined.
One of the most important aspects of a Lampee Rejuvenation is the warm, friendly environment of Sleep Dentistry Defined. We know that visiting the dentist isn’t usually a positive experience, so we’ve done everything possible to create an environment that is unlike any dental office you’ve ever seen.