Pain? Dental Emergency?!
Master, College of Conscious Sedation American Dental Society of Anesthesiology
Advanced Systemic Health Care through the Mouth
All your dental treatment needs met in one location
Michael A. Starkey, DDS MS and The Team
Instructions: Before during and after your dental surgery.
Pre-Operative/pre surgery meaning days to weeks to months before surgery.
Peri- operative the hours or day before surgery all the way to including surgery as well as recovery time in the facility leaving the practice and making it safely home.
Post Operative refers to being home, the days to follow, as well as the additional visits to the practice to follow up on healing and next stages.
IV Sedation and or Other Sedation/Sleep Dentistry
Restorative Dentistry (fillings, crowns, veneers, bonding, temporary crowns, provisional crowns, temporary fillings
Extractions Bone Graft Dentures immediate fixed bridge work
Gum Disease and How to Manage it.
Get rid of your gingivitis otherwise it becomes Advanced Gum Disease which cannot be cured. Fortunately it can be managed.
Gum disease management requires excellent home care, some patients benefit by having chemotherapy appliances that contain agents that will kill bacteria and help clean teeth, flossing is absolutely required. More frequent visits to the hygienist or dentist, a power brush is useful to many patients.