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.
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!