Botox and Dermal Fillers
Botox and Dermal Fillings, can also be used to treat some TMJ/TMD issues.
At Davis Dental Center, we are experts on sedation dentistry, with conscious sedation dentistry designed to make you comfortable at our location in Louisville.
Davis Dental Center has the credentials necessary to perform conscious sedation dentistry. We specialize in the use of sedation dentistry particularly for young children who might otherwise be afraid of the dentist or the discomfort associated with more intensive dental processes, but also for adults who are anxious about getting an important procedure done.
Sedation dentistry gives Davis Dental Center patients true peace of mind and comfort while enabling our dental team of experts to perform their work with great care and concentration. Our approach guarantees that you will have the most comfortable and smooth dentist visit, with an experience that is safe, effective, and FDA-approved. You will be on your way to a healthy, beautiful smile, with no stress!
Sedation dentistry at Davis Dental Center is extremely safe, and because we’re the only provider in the area with the credentials necessary to perform conscious sedation dentistry, you know you’re in good hands. We utilize three types of sedation dentistry: laughing gas, IV sedation, and oral sedation. We always carefully evaluate every patient’s medical history beforehand, which is why you can rest assured that sedation dentistry is a safe procedure.
With our friendly staff, relaxing atmosphere, and ultra-high quality treatment, it’s no wonder so many patients choose the comfy way with Davis Dental Center. Laughing gas acts as an analgesic (painkiller) as well as instills a sense of relaxation and cooperation. It is used in many medicinal procedures on both adults and children.
Do you have any fear or anxiety about going to the dentist? Ideal for those patients who wish to combine a variety of intensive procedures into one visit, IV conscious sedation dentistry using an IV applied by an anesthesiologist is often the best choice in such cases. During these procedures, patients may go back and forth between a conscious and unconscious state, and hours can start to feel like minutes. This method does have some lasting side effects following your procedure and patients will need an escort to return home.
Among our areas of world-class expertise is our high-level capacity with dental implants, including zygomatic implants, and part of the reason that we are so popular with patients seeking dental implants is because of our tremendous expertise in sedation dentistry and IV sedation dentistry.
After your dental procedure is complete, we will turn off the laughing gas and let you breathe normally. This will flush any remaining gas out of your system, and you will become more alert and normal.
Dental insurance may cover certain types of sedation dentistry. Check with your provider to see if it is covered by your plan.
Sedation dentistry may be the right option to facilitate important oral health care without any pain, anxiety, or stress. Contact Davis Dental Center right now to set up your consultation with the dentist with the greatest expertise in sedation dentistry.
We’re the only provider in the area with the expertise necessary to provide conscious sedation dentistry. We also have all the dental experts you need under one roof utilizing the latest innovations in dental care to optimize your oral health.
During your sedation dentistry consultation, we will take the time to explain the various methods of sedation so that you can decide on the option that’s right for you or your loved one. Each method is used in specific circumstances and is highly dependent upon the procedure being performed, as well as your reaction to it. Throughout the entire process, we will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
Choose Davis Dental Center for your sedation dentistry procedure. Contact our office to schedule an appointment to learn more about sedation dentistry.
Botox and Dermal Fillings, can also be used to treat some TMJ/TMD issues.
Whether the facial injuries are to the teeth, bone structures, or the facial soft tissues; you can trust that the care you'll receive at Davis Dental Center will be understanding, compassionate, and expertly qualified to restore your smile to its healthy and natural state.
Davis Dental Center has the credentials necessary to perform conscious sedation dentistry.
If you experience ongoing pain in the area near your ear, your jaw, or the muscles on the side of your face, possibly accompanied by a clicking or popping sound or restricted jaw movement, you may be suffering from TMD — an abbreviation for Temporomandibular disorders.
It is not a given that we must lose teeth as we age. If we maintain good oral hygiene and have regular professional cleanings and oral examinations, chances are we can keep our natural teeth for life.
Although oral cancer may not get as much attention as some more widely-known types of cancer, that doesn't mean it's any less deadly. In fact, it is estimated that in the United States, oral cancer is responsible for killing one person every hour, every day.
Dentistry is an art as well as a science; dental crowns offer a perfect example of this. A dental crown or “cap” is a covering that fits over a damaged, decayed, or unattractive tooth. It can even replace a tooth entirely as part of dental bridgework.
We are proud of the ways in which dentistry can restore broken or decayed teeth to full beauty and function. One of the easiest and least expensive ways of doing this is with dental bonding.
Straighten your teeth with a clear alternative to metal braces. (For Example: Invisalign®)
Clear aligners are a removable, discreet orthodontic treatment. They consist of a series of trays that you wear for several weeks at a time. As your teeth gently move into position, you start using the next set of trays.
Implants are made of titanium and have special coatings that encourage the fusing of human bone. The top of each implant has an internal screw channel so that crowns, bridges, and or dentures can be screwed in place.
Sealants are a thin, protective coating that bonds to the surface of your teeth. When properly applied, sealants can help prevent cavities.
Tooth loss is challenging on many levels. Not only can it affect what you eat and how you chew leading to more serious health concerns, it can also make you feel embarrassed and uncomfortable.
While many of us do our best to keep our teeth healthy, sometimes a tooth needs to be taken out to keep you healthy. In these cases, an extraction is necessary.
Dental fillings are the most conservative way to restore smaller areas of tooth decay. In a dental expert's hands, these types of restorations can be made to conserve as much of your natural tooth as possible while providing a restoration that is almost indistinguishable from the natural tooth. Both resin and porcelain fillings can be adhesively bonded to your natural tooth to add strength.
A root canal is a minimally invasive, nonsurgical endodontic treatment. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and involves opening the crown of the tooth, exposing the roots and pulp of the tooth. When the pulp and root is exposed the infected areas of the tooth are removed.
A root canal is one of the most common dental procedures performed, well over 14 million every year. This simple treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need for dental implants or bridges.
At Davis Dental Center, we believe that getting your teeth cleaned every 6 months keep your teeth and gums as healthy as possible.
Let our team help you determine what whitening process is right for you, based on the current color and condition of your teeth.
A wafer-thin glass shell that can be bonded to the front of your teeth to mask their shape, color, or size. The highest quality veneers are made individually by hand and are hard to distinguish from natural teeth. veneers can be used to remarkably transform the smile of patients who have worn, chipped, or discolored teeth. Slightly crooked teeth can be straightened as well. Hand-made porcelain veneers are typically very translucent and when bonded to your teeth they are very lifelike.