How Do I Care for My Child After They Have Had IV Sedation?

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There are many things that can help your child have a relaxing, calm, and safe dental appointment, and IV sedation is one of them. This sedative usually sends the patient into a deep sleep so they don’t feel or remember a thing. Your child will be completely safe in the dental chair. After the appointment,… Read more »

TMJ Disorder Has Some Common Symptoms

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Your lower jaw is attached to the upper jaw by a pair of temporomandibular joints. These are sophisticated joints working in concert with muscles, ligaments, and a cartilaginous disk. They are what allow you to open your mouth to talk and bite, chew and grind food. Sometimes a mechanical injury or inflammation issues in these… Read more »

Tinnitus and TMJ Disorder

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Did you know that the ringing in your ear is actually a condition known as tinnitus? Tinnitus is not limited to just a ringing noise—in fact, tinnitus can also include buzzing, chirping, hissing, whistling, or virtually any unusual sound. For some, tinnitus can seem like a minor annoyance. Unfortunately, for others, tinnitus can be a… Read more »