Seeing the dentist may not be your favorite thing to do, but choosing to take care of your oral health makes a wonderful New Year’s Resolution.
Eating healthy and exercising are important health goals, but your teeth and gums impact your overall health and longevity in a big way. Inflammation caused by dental problems contributes to major medical conditions like diabetes, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and cancer, all of which can shorten your life. Dentistry is no longer just about teeth.
So, if you want to:
- Keep your teeth and keep them healthy
- Have a bright and shiny smile that you are confident sharing
- Avoid chronic infections like periodontal gum disease
- Prevent chronic inflammation in your body
- Take steps that will improve your potential of living a longer life
- Maintain your youthful look by refreshing your smile and protecting your health
- Keep your breath fresh and your smile kissable
- Help prevent major conditions like heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and Alzheimer’s
- And, keep on smiling
Make seeing the dentist a part of your New Year Resolutions and call to schedule your first appointment of the year.
(865) 922-1613 – Dr. Ron Smith in Knoxville. We promise to take good care of you.
You do not have to let dental fear and anxiety stop you from taking care of your oral health anymore. Nitrous oxide dentistry can make going to the dentist seem like a walk in the park.
Taking care of your teeth and gums is critical since we now know that inflammation or infections in your mouth can contribute to life threatening medical conditions like diabetes, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s. And, if it’s been at least a year since your last dental visit it is likely that you have one of the leading causes, periodontal disease, also known as gum disease.
We specialize in patients who are fearful and could tell many stories of how people’s lives have changed thanks to nitrous oxide. There are no needles or IV’s involved. It’s as easy as breathing and allows you to relax and feel good during your dental visit.
Don’t let anxiety or fear stop you from taking care of yourself. The condition of your mouth could be shortening your life and no one wants to lose teeth, have bad breath, or a smile you feel embarrassed to share.
We encourage you to give us a call and learn more about how we can help you take care of your mouth in a comfortable and caring way. We promise not to judge you if it’s been awhile since your last visit. We understand and will take excellent care of you.
You can reach us at: (865) 922-1613 Knoxville, TN
Gum disease is a bacterial infection and a major source of inflammation in your body. Scientists believe that this chronic inflammation may be responsible for a connection between periodontal gum disease and other serious medical conditions.
The Manual of Clinical Periodontitis and Journal of Periodontitis used by gum disease specialists list the following diseases as being linked to not taking care of your oral health and living with active gum disease:
• Heart attacks
• Lung infections
• Pre-term babies
• Erectile dysfunction
• Rheumatoid arthritis
• Colon cancer
• Brain abscesses
• Mouth and throat cancer
• Gastric conditions
• Chronic fatigue
• Pancreatic cancer
We don’t know about you, but after reading this list, choosing to brush, floss, and see your dentist regularly seems more important than ever.
If you are concerned about gum disease or want to catch up on your dental care, we would love to help. We promise to take great care of you
(865) 922-1613 Knoxville, TN
Loose, sloppy, and uncomfortable dentures are a thing of the past. New implant supported dentures that snap securely in place have revolutionized the denture experience for our patients needing to replace teeth.
If you or someone you love have ill-fitting dentures you would like to replace or are getting dentures for the first time, you will find the process both simple and comfortable.
Small dental implants are placed in the jaw where teeth roots used to live. This can be done with local anesthesia, but we also offer oral sedation for those of you who might feel nervous or prefer it.
Dentures are made with snaps that will fit to the implants. You simply slide your dentures into place and then snap them in. They unsnap easily when you want to take them out.
No more worries about your dentures moving around, falling out, or embarrassing you. You can eat, smile, laugh, and sing with confidence again.
If you are in the Knoxville area and would like to see if you are a candidate for these secure dentures we would love to meet with you and answer all of your questions. You can schedule an appointment by calling (865) 922-1613. Knoxville TN
Studies show that men are less likely to go to the dentist on a regular basis or focus on preventive care than women. That is, unless their wives talk them into it.
But, we believe men should be taking care of their teeth too, especially if they don’t like being in the dental chair.
Regular check ups and professional teeth cleaning can help prevent most dental problems, which means fewer toothaches, emergencies, and expensive treatment plans.
Here is what one man’s man has to say about taking care of his teeth.
If you don’t have a dentist you love, give us a call. Our office is a no judgement zone and we promise to take great care of you.
Ron Smith, DDS 865.962.1613
One of the little known benefits of oral sedation dentistry is that it allows us to accomplish a lot of dental treatment in just one visit. Although, designed for patients who are afraid of the dentist, many people choose sedation dentistry for other reasons. They know it is completely safe and as simple as taking a pill.
In most cases, oral sedation patients:
- Take less time away from work and their busy lives
- Appreciate less stress due to multiple visits
- Like getting things done and enjoying the results quickly
- Feel less anxiety and fear
- Feel less overwhelmed if they need a lot of dental work
- Are grateful they can get all of their treatment in one place
- Can return home more quickly if they have traveled to see us
And, some people just like how easy it is.
What about you? Would these benefits make it easier to make a commitment to taking care of your dental health? Or, feel ready for a smile makeover?
Dr. Smith and our team have extensive training, certifications, and experience in providing a full range of dental care with oral sedation dentistry. We can help you enjoy a positive dental experience that brings you back to optimum dental health.
All you need to do is call: (865) 922-1613
In many dental offices, patients are referred out to specialists for root canals, implants, extractions, and periodontal gum disease. This can be especially challenging for people who don’t have time or feel anxious about each visit to the dentist.
Dentists who provide oral sedation dentistry, like our Dr. Smith, are used to doing all of the treatment in one sitting without specialists. They have the experience and knowledge needed to work efficiently and take care of all of a patient’s dental needs in one place at one time.
Dr. Smith has a strong track record of successfully providing root canals, implants extractions, periodontal care, and whatever else his patients need whether they choose oral sedation or not. He is also known for the gentle, caring way he treats his patients.
Oral sedation is the icing on the cake for minimizing dental fear and anxiety and often allowing all dental treatment to be completed in just one comfortable visit.
Whether you choose oral sedation or not, there are benefits to selecting a dentist who has the comprehensive skills to help you save time and visits as you improve your oral health.
In the Knoxville area, Dr. Ron Smith is the one to call: (865) 922-1613