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Smoking and chewing tobacco is detrimental to your health, but also to the health of your teeth and gums. If you inhale or have a habit of putting a pinch between your cheek and gums Dr. Mike Morris has some advice that just may put an end to your dangerous habit. Why is Tobacco Bad for Teeth and Gums? Gum disease affects the soft tissue and bone that attaches to your teeth. Research indicates that smoking affects normal gum tissue function. This makes you more prone to infections such as periodontitis. Because smoking interferes with blood flow, it will affect wound healing, especially after oral surgery. Tobacco Causes Permanent Staining Your appearance is affected when you smoke. Your teeth will yellow and change over time. That sickly color you see in a smokers smile comes from smoking or chewing. Your Burlington dentist explains that although

If you are scared to death of your dentist in Burlington try sedation dentistry. Millions of people all over the world have dental anxiety or a dental phobia whether it stems from a past experience or learned from a family member or friend. What is Sedation Dentistry? Sedation dentistry helps patients relax during dental treatments using medication. Although sometimes called, “Sleep dentistry,” it is not entirely accurate as patients are normally awake during the dental procedures except for patients who opt for general anesthesia, which is sometimes used in oral surgery. What Types of Sedation Dentistry are Available? Nitrous Oxide Laughing gas provides inhaled minimal sedation. The gas, which is combined with oxygen, is inhaled through your nose via a mask that is placed on your face. The nitrous oxide helps you relax. Your dentist and the team will control how much gas you will

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