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    "Sedation procedures are awesome." | Sleep Dentistry of Portland Reviews

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    • The greatest! I love the staff and everyone is very professional and helpful. Sedation procedures are awesome. I get all my dental work done here and recommend them to everyone! 

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    Tips for Preventing Gum Disease

    Last updated 5 days ago

    Gum disease is a progressive dental condition that affects the tissues protecting and holding your teeth in place. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that nearly half of all adults who are 30 or older are affected by some form of gum disease. Although this statistic is concerning, there is good news: gum disease can be prevented through simple everyday lifestyle changes. Talk to your Portland dentist if you’d like more information about the prevention or treatment of gum disease.


    Brush and Floss
    One of the simplest and most effective ways to prevent gum disease is to maintain good daily oral hygiene habits. Brush your teeth twice a day and floss once a day to remove plaque from your teeth. Always use a soft-bristled toothbrush and gentle strokes—a medium- or hard-bristled toothbrush can abrade the gums. If you choose to follow brushing with mouthwash, choose a product that does not contain alcohol. Alcohol-based mouthwashes can cause your mouth to dry out, promoting rather than hindering the accumulation of plaque. If you aren’t sure whether you are brushing and flossing properly, ask your dentist for a demonstration during your next visit.

    Visit the Dentist
    Even if you brush and floss every day, some plaque accumulation will occur. It’s important to visit your dentist regularly for an exam and cleaning. A dental cleaning will remove plaque that has hardened into tartar, which can no longer be removed by brushing and flossing at home. If you haven’t been to your dentist in some time, he may recommend a more extensive cleaning procedure, called scaling and root planning. This procedure addresses plaque accumulation below the gum line; you will be given an anesthetic and may request a sedative to ensure you feel comfortable during this cleaning procedure.

    Is it time for your next regular dental exam and cleaning? Call Sleep Dentistry of Portland at (503) 465-4054 to find out more about our comprehensive preventive, general, cosmetic, and restorative dental services, including sedation options for nervous patients. You can find more important information about your dental health on our blog.

    Dental News and Views

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    What Causes Tooth Discoloration?

    Last updated 12 days ago

    A healthy, white smile is an appealing feature. However, teeth can become darker or discolored over time for many reasons. Factors such as diet, age, medications, and tobacco use can all cause discoloration of the teeth. If you dislike the look of your smile, talk to your dentist. There are a variety of fast, effective, and comfortable cosmetic treatments that can improve the color of your teeth to boost your self-confidence. Check out this informative video to learn more.

    At Sleep Dentistry of Portland, we can help you love the look of your smile with crowns, veneers, teeth whitening, and composite fillings. Contact us by calling (503) 465-4054 to find out more about your cosmetic and restorative dental options, including complete smile makeovers. Visit us on the web for more information about our dental sedation services to ensure you enjoy a comfortable visit to our office every time.

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