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3 Reasons Adults Are Choosing Invisalign

Invisalign | Sarasota Dental Arts

It's time for that client presentation you've been dreading. You're feeling anxious, not because you don't have great ideas and a compelling presentation, but because you're nervous about meeting your new client and you're worried about what they will think of your smile.

This is a common situation for many adults who never had orthodontic treatment and are now living with teeth that have shifted over the years or adults who had braces during adolescence and then weren't diligent about wearing their retainers. 

Whatever your situation may be, you may have avoided straightening your teeth because you'd prefer not to wear braces. The good news is that your Sarasota dentist offers an ...

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3 Ways to Prevent Dental Emergencies

Man with Jaw Pain | Sarasota Dental Arts

Did you read that title right? Can dental emergencies be prevented? The answer is yes!

While there are many circumstances that you can't avoid, there are also lots of emergencies you can take simple steps to prevent from happening. Here are some helpful tips from your dentist in Sarasota.

Wear the Right Protective Gear

Since it is estimated that 40% of dental emergencies are sports related, one easy way to protect yourself is to invest in a custom mouth guard for sports. A custom guard provides a better fit than those you can purchase at the sporting goods store, which allows you to breathe and talk more efficiently so you can focus on ...

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Dispelling the Myths About Root Canals

If you're like most people, you would probably be filled with dread if you heard that you need a root canal. However, today we're here to dispel the number one myth about root canals in Sarasota, and we'll also reveal a shocking secret!

The Myth: Root Canals Are Painful

Root canals have always been associated with pain mainly because when you need one, 90% of the time you are in pain. This is likely due to infection or damage that your tooth has sustained, and here's the first secret: Dental infections won't go away without treatment. Therefore, it's only going to cause you more pain if you delay treatment with your dentist.

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I'm Afraid to go to the Dentist! What Are My Options?

Dental phobia is a genuine condition that affects millions of Americans. Unfortunately, fear keeps many people from visiting the dentist when they need to, which causes a vicious cycle of pain linked back to going to the dentist.

The good news is that it doesn't have to be this way! Today's dentists are focused on patient comfort, and much of the latest dental technology offers significantly more streamlined and pain-free treatment procedures. You can also rely on sedation dentistry in Sarasota to help you receive the treatment you need comfortably. Here's what you should know.

What Is IV Sedation?

At Sarasota Dental Arts, Dr. Kaya Aygen is extensively trained and certified to provide ...

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When Should I Be Concerned about Tooth Pain?

Dental pain is said to be some of the worst you can experience, and if you've ever had a toothache, you probably agree. The constant and relentless pain of a severe toothache is enough to keep you from getting the sleep you need and from functioning in your daily life.

If you are experiencing this kind of pain, it is essential that you contact your emergency dentist in Sarasota, FL right away because it's likely that your tooth is infected. If you are proactive about seeking treatment, root canal therapy can typically relieve your pain and preserve your tooth.

What if My Tooth Is Sensitive?

If you have a tooth that is reacting ...

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Technology and Dentistry

Dental Tools | Sarasota Dental Arts

Sarasota Dental Arts is embracing the fast moving trend of digital dentistry. 3 D printers and 3D scanners designed for dental applications can help us offer easier and more comfortable procedures to our patients. Digital impressions with our intra-oral scanner provide a high tech, patient-friendly way of taking an impression of your teeth and gums. The digital technique is more comfortable since it takes digital photos of the teeth without a metal tray and wet material. No more
messy impressions!

Our 3D Printer has the ability to make high precision orthodontic models, retainers, and implant surgical guides, whitening trays, night guards and more. The combined use of 3D scanning and 3D ...

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