Dental Blog

Our dental practice is dedicated to educating you with the latest tips and tricks to maintain your optimal oral health.

Dental Emergencies that Require Immediate Care

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Dental emergencies can be stressful situations, but with the right knowledge and prompt treatment, they can usually be easily resolved. In many cases, your dentist can restore or repair injured teeth like there was never any accident at all. Never hesitate to contact your dentist if you are worried that you may need emergency dental care.


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Learn to Care for Your Teeth As You Get Older

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Here are tips for minimizing the effects of aging on your oral health. If you’re worried about the natural darkening of your teeth over time, talk to your dentist about veneers or whitening for a more youthful smile. Maintaining a healthy oral care routine of flossing, brushing, eating healthily, and visiting your dentist for checkups can keep your smile looking great at all ages.


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The Advantages of Porcelain for Tooth Restorations

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In recent years, many dentists have made the switch to porcelain as the material of choice for tooth restorations. Porcelain has many advantages when compared to traditional dental amalgam filling materials. Your Orlando dentist will be happy to discuss your restoration options with you and help you understand why porcelain may be the best choice for your dental treatment.


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A Note from Dr. Seidler & Staff About Obstructive Sleep Apnea

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Do you Suffer from OSA?

OSA, or Obstructive Sleep Apnea, has been linked to excessive tiredness, depression and reduced resistance to infection. When left untreated, OSA can increase the risk of heart attack, hypertension, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, catching colds and even death.


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Click Through These Sites To Get More Information About Your Oral Health

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Sanford Dental Excellence is here to serve all of your dental needs in Orlando and Lake Mary. We offer general and cosmetic dentistry, as well as sedation dentistry to ensure that every patient has a positive experience with dental care. Call us today at (407) 268-6409 to find out how we can help your smile, or click on our website to find more information on dental treatment.


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What Is Included in a Smile Makeover?

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First impressions are priceless, so think of what a great smile can do for yours. A bright, confident smile will reflect your personality to everyone you meet. At Sanford Dental Excellence, we will meet with you to develop an individual plan to make over your smile into something bright and beautiful with the treatments that are right for you. Continue reading to learn how you can benefit from a smile makeover.


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Why Dental Fear or Anxiety Doesn’t Have to Keep You Out of the Dentist’s Chair

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Fear of the dentist is the third most common phobia among adults. In many cases, adults are unable to maintain regular dental checkups and cleanings because of feelings of fear or anxiety. Today, there are a variety of treatment options, including sedation dentistry, that allow you to feel comfortable receiving the dental care you need for a dazzling smile.


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Common Causes of Dental Anxiety

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Dental anxiety is common among both children and adults. Worry or nervousness over a visit to the dentist may be triggered by many factors. In some cases, a previous poor experience that caused pain or discomfort can cause anxiety about future dental work. A previous dentist who admonished you for poor home care may incite worry that your current dentist will do the same. Those who are claustrophobic or uncomfortable with invasions of personal space feel anxious about dental work during which a dentist or hygienist must be in close attendance. Some may not like receiving injections or worry that the anesthetic medication used during a dental procedure will not be effective. Additionally, the effects of anesthetic medication, such as dizziness, numbness, and nausea make many people feel uncomfortable about receiving medication during treatment.


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Factors that Can Increase Your Risk of Periodontal Disease

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Periodontal disease is an infection of the gums. As the infection progresses, it destroys the connective tissues holding your teeth in your jaw. Untreated periodontal disease is one of the leading causes of tooth loss in American adults. Understanding your risk factors and visiting your dentist regularly can help to minimize your chances of periodontal disease-related tooth loss.


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How to Prevent Common Dental Emergencies

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Dental emergencies often happen after regular business hours. Preventing injuries to the teeth and mouth will ensure your smile remains happy and healthy for a lifetime.


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