Sedation Dentistry Options: What Are The Differences?

One of the things our doctors in Pasadena have noticed over their many years of being in practice is that, while there is definitely an interest amongst their patients in sedation dentistry, many of them are unaware of what options are actually available to them when it comes to this type of dentistry.Read More

How Do Dental Implants Preserve the Jawbone?

There are a large number of reasons why someone in Glendale might be seeking out dental implants, as they are one of the most popular choices for a patient who needs restorative dental treatment, a fact that our doctors would gladly attest to. While dental implants do have a number of benefits in terms of replacing and improving the function of individual teeth, they can…Read More

Common Reasons People Fear the Dentist

Many of the patients our doctors see have questions about sedation dentistry in Glendale, and that is not a surprise to them at all, as one in five people, or twenty percent, of all people, say that they have a fear of going to the dentist. In short, it is one of the most common fears for people to have in the entire world. Even…Read More

Common Myths About Sedation Dentistry Debunked

Many people in Pasadena have expressed an interest to our doctors about sedation dentistry at one point or another during one of their dental exams. Throughout this time, we notice that a lot of people have misconceptions about what exactly sedation dentistry is, and is not, based on myths that have long since been debunked. However, just because a myth has been proven not to…Read More

Are There Any Restrictions Before Patients Can Receive Sedation Dentistry?

Receiving sedation dentistry is a great option for those patients in Glendale who have dental anxiety or are undergoing a large-scale procedure which would mandatorily necessitate sedation procedures to be used. One of the most common questions that our doctors receive is in regards to what kind of restrictions or stipulations, if any, are in place that need to be followed beforehand. The short answer…Read More

Are Dental Implants as Strong as Natural Teeth?

When people are considering receiving dental implants in Pasadena, one of the questions that our doctors most frequently receive from potential patients is “Are dental implants as strong as regular, actual teeth?” And while the short answer to this question is, yes, it is important to understand how these implants work in greater detail so that, if a person does choose to receive them, they…Read More

3 Ways to Deal with Dental Anxiety

There are a lot of people in Glendale, and around the entire United States, in fact, who struggle with dental anxiety. This is often a common issue that our doctors must contend with on a regular basis, and as such, we have quite a lot of practice and experience in helping patients calm down and get through their visits in a reasonable manner while avoiding…Read More

3 Ways Dental Implants Can Improve Your Overall Health

If someone is considering getting dental implants in Pasadena, it is definitely something that they should spend some time looking into. As our doctors would gladly volunteer to state, dental implants are not only a significant boost to a patient’s oral health but their overall health as well. The two are very closely linked, and when a person’s mouth is feeling healthy and refreshed, so…Read More

3 Tips for Eating with Dental Implants

Of all the long term, larger scale options to replace missing teeth that are available, none is likely to be more commonly used in the course of a patient’s treatment than the insertion of dental implants. They allow the patient to get the most usage out of them, in terms of the fact that they function most similarly to their natural teeth as far as…Read More

Tips To Prepare For Dental Surgery

If our doctors at Lytle, Tate & Stamper have decided you need or would benefit from dental surgery, you’ll want to make sure you do everything you can to prepare well prior to your surgery day. If you do some legwork beforehand, you’ll be less likely to end up with post-op complications and your recovery time be smoother and faster. Keep reading to learn a…Read More