Anxiety-Free Visits With IV Sedation Dentistry

You know that you need to get yourself and your family out to see the dentist twice a year, but what if you or another family member suffers from dental anxiety or a general fear of seeing the dentist? It can be more difficult to keep your appointments with such a hurdle in your way. That is one of the main reasons why Dr. Lawrence Duffy and Dr. Kyle Duffy at the Center for Dental Anesthesia offer IV sedation dentistry.

Posted on October 10, 2018Read More

Restore Your Smile in Time for National Smile Week

The second week of August is National Smile Week, and there’s no better time to improve the way your smile looks and feels with the help of quality dental crowns. A dental crown is a restoration that’s usually made from porcelain for the most natural appearance. If you’re currently unhappy with the way your teeth work, dental crowns can most likely be used to improve your smile and give you greater confidence.

Posted on August 5, 2018Read More

How Sedation Dentistry Can Minimize Your Anxiety While Receiving Dental Care

Does the thought of visiting your dentist cause you to feel panicked and unnerved? If so, you may be suffering from a common condition called dental fear or anxiety. Usually, dental fear occurs as a direct result of a previous traumatic dental experience. Fortunately, sedation dentistry can temporarily reduce or eliminate your anxiety so you can receive the dental care you need without feeling uncomfortable or fearful. Drs. Lawrence and Kyle Duffy offer several different sedation options at their practice and will help you choose the type that’s most appropriate for your needs.

Posted on June 26, 2018Read More

What Factors Go Into Dental Implant Cost?

One of the most prohibitive factors involved with getting any dental treatment is often the cost. Dental insurance often differs from medical insurance, and patients are unsure if they can foot the bill for a seemingly expensive procedure. The good news is that cost is not set in stone, and what may be expensive for one patient might be less expensive for you. When it comes to replacing missing teeth, the cost of dental implants depends on many factors.

Posted on April 23, 2018Read More

Sedation Dentistry Can Change Your Dental Experience

Regular dental care is an important part of taking care of your oral health as well as your overall health. Sometimes, patients require a bit of extra work to ensure their teeth are healthy. For some people, it is important to find a family dentist in Orlando, FL, who offers sedation dentistry. Sedation may be necessary for some patients for several reasons.

Posted on February 26, 2018Read More

Stress-Free Visits With IV Sedation Dentistry

Do you avoid visiting your dentist in Orlando, FL due to dental fear? If so, you can take comfort in knowing you’re not alone. It is estimated that over 30 million people have dental anxiety, which can make it challenging to receive the care you need to maintain good oral health. Drs. Lawrence and Kyle Duffy understand the prevalence of dental fear and offer IV sedation dentistry to help you feel comfortable and relaxed while receiving various dental services.

Posted on November 27, 2017Read More

Dentistry for Patients With Special Needs

Many patients have special needs which makes dental treatment especially challenging. People with dental anxiety or phobia may avoid getting treatment because of fear. Elderly patients who have additional medical problems can often find it difficult to get dental care. Mentally challenged adults and children have special needs when it comes to dentistry. Our office has training in special needs dentistry for patients with some of the following conditions:

Posted on September 28, 2017Read More

Dentists Aren’t Against the Occasional Sweet Indulgence

With National Lollipop Day coming up on July 20th, you may be in the mood for some sugary treats. However, in the back of your mind, you may be hearing your dentist in Orlando, FL, telling you sugar is evil and you should never eat it. We would like to put your mind at ease, though. Sugar is not healthy for teeth, but an occasional celebration, like a lollipop, isn’t going to mean the end of good dental health.

Posted on July 11, 2017Read More