1. Treating Sleep Apnea

    Sleep apnea is something that many people throughout the United States deal with. Sleep apnea occurs for a few reasons, but the two most popular are obesity and age. The older you get the more sleep apnea can become a real risk in your life. The more you weigh the higher your chances of sleep apnea …Read More

  2. What To Know About Sleep Apnea

    As a dentist, we offer a wide variety of information about your oral health. We believe it’s our duty to be the first resource for everything from sedation dentistry to alleviate your anxiety about going to the dentist to pediatric dentistry to answer those questions about your little one’s loos…Read More

  3. How To Relax With Sedation Dentistry When You Go To The Dentist

    When you go to the dentist do you start to dread it weeks in advance? Do you feel overwhelming anxiety when you go to the dentist? If you are afraid of the dentist, it’s a good idea to check out how sedation dentistry can help you relax when you come in for a visit. Sedation dentistry or ‘sleep …Read More

  4. Tips to Help You Overcome Your Anxiety About Visiting the Dentist

    Being anxious about visiting the dentist isn't something you should be embarrassed about; in fact, it's incredibly common. Millions of people in the United States suffer from some level of dental phobia. For some people, the fear is so strong that they've delayed going to the dentist for years. If y…Read More

  5. Sedation Dentistry Is A Great Option For Elderly Patients

    As we age, it becomes increasingly important for us to see a dentist regularly. After all, our dental health can say a lot about our overall health. While visiting your dentist twice a year and practicing good dental hygiene is important, many elderly people skip their visits because they’re afrai…Read More

  6. What’s The Difference Between Anesthesia And Full Sedation?

    Did you know that more than 235 million people in the United States suffer from dental anxiety? If you are part of this group, rest assured that you no longer have to avoid great oral health care based on this reason. Lifetime Smiles offers sedation dentistry in Austin. Patients can request local an…Read More

  7. Top 3 Reasons To Visit Us For Sedation Dentistry

    Visiting the dentist in Austin can be quite the trouble for some people. Whether it’s the tall tales of the past of dentists using pliers and chains to forcefully manipulate the teeth while you’re helpless in the chair haunting your dreams, or the simple uneasiness that many people feel when a d…Read More

  8. Are Your Gums Red, Swollen, or Bloody?

    Part of maintaining good overall oral health includes taking care of your gums as well as brushing and flossing your teeth. Some people that neglect proper gum care contract a gum disease called periodontitis. It's a disease that comes in different severities, and according to the Centers for Diseas…Read More

  9. The Types Of Sedation Dentistry In Austin

    If you’re like a majority of people, you’re afraid of the dentist. There are plenty of ghost stories that have roamed through the ages about dentists using torture-like tools that create immense pain during treatment. Let’s make it clear: that’s not the case at Lifetime Smiles. However, we u…Read More