Dr. Lampee, author of the book Live Small, Live Big, regularly shares his experiences dealing with complex dental procedures, technology advancements and how patients who have had bad dental experiences in the past can overcome their fears.
So, what’s the big deal about a root canal? There’s a stigma that comes with the words (dramatic pause): root canal! Are they painful, do they take forever, what’s the deal with that green rubber dam thing?
Porcelain veneers have become synonymous with beautiful, bright smiles. In the last twenty years, a great change has been building in the way people look at their teeth. More and more emphasis has been put on the perfect smile and white teeth. With science creating stronger and more aesthetic porcelains, the easiest and fastest way to get that Hollywood look is with porcelain veneers. This is now possible because of new cosmetic dental options available to us today.
For me, 2015 was a phenomenal year! I advanced my skills and met several colleagues from all over the country at several advanced dental education seminars. I spent quite a bit of time in Los Angeles, Scottsdale, Boston and Memphis to earn certifications from USC, the Spear Institute and other top dental organizations to make sure my skills are up to date and that I can offer my patients all the latest dental techniques available!
Teeth in a day is a transformational treatment option. To do the job, and to do it well, is probably one of the most technical things I do, but often it is the most rewarding. It allows patients with severe cavities or gum disease a revolutionary way to completely restore their smiles!
Many dental patients with Parkinson’s disease don’t know what their options are. Their first symptoms are usually toothache, broken teeth, and discoloration. For many patients, the teeth have gotten so bad that the best option is to start fresh with a long term solution that will last them the rest of their lives, especially as their symptoms advance. My job is to educate and help my patients retain their smile and confidence as they fight this disease.
Most patients seem to know a little about implant dentures and dental implants, so I’m here to fill in the gaps and let you know if you may be a candidate for one of these transformative dental procedures!
I believe in the power of sedation dentistry. It has the power to transform lives and smiles and it can turn the most phobic dental patient into the most thankful patient. Both oral sedation dentistry and IV sedation dentistry are very effective, so which is best? Read on to find out!
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