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Depending on the type of treatment you need, dental technology can make a big difference in your future care. Whether you need to have detailed jaw therapy to manage TMJ symptoms or you need help getting relaxed for your next appointment, at Oasis Family Dentistry, we have included modern solutions in our office to make your next treatment more comprehensive, better tailored, and overall easier to complete. To learn about a few of these technologies, give our office a call!
While you may not have thought of it before, there are many dentists that are uniquely equipped to treat sleep conditions like sleep apnea. This condition is characterized by loud chronic snoring, waking up multiple times in the middle of the night, and coughing or gasping for air while sleeping. With our custom-made oral appliances, we can open up the airway and make it easy to breathe throughout the night without further interruptions.
Did you know that many people avoid going to the dentist because they experience anxiety or fear of their treatment? If you find yourself skipping appointments because you dislike the stimuli associated with dental offices or cleanings, you’ll find our nitrous oxide and oral conscious sedation to be extremely helpful. Dr. Hung’s gentle manor combined with effective and fast-acting sedatives make your next treatment a breeze to complete. Our team is highly qualified to administer these sedatives, so you can feel confident before, during and after your appointment.
During your exam, you might be wondering exactly what our team sees. You may also be wondering why you need a dental filling or crown, even after being showed a detailed X-ray of your mouth. With the intraoral camera, he can capture high-resolution images of your teeth, gums and other oral structures, then display them on a nearby monitor for your convenience. It’s the perfect way to understand your oral health from a dentist’s perspective and make more informed decisions regarding your dental care.
Routine exams involve more than simply looking inside your mouth. They also include digital X-rays, which are a stark contrast from X-rays of the past. Not only can you have them performed in a fraction of the time as traditional X-rays, but they produce 80 percent less radiation, making them significantly safer to receive. Of course, you can always expect Dr. Hung and his team to take the proper precautions while capturing X-rays.