We’ve put together this handy reference guide of terms you might hear when speaking with your dentist or support staff.
Please don’t hesitate to ask your dental care provider for clarification. We’re here to help make your experience as pleasant as possible!
Infammation of the sinus that may mimic dental pain.
The periodic interruption or delay in breathing during sleep.
A dental device that holds the space lost through premature loss of baby teeth.
The connection of two or more teeth so that they function as a stronger single structure.
An extra tooth.
A clear lubricating fluid in the mouth containing water, enzymes, bacteria, mucus, viruses, blood cells and undigested food particles.
A suction tube placed in the mouth to remove saliva.
The glands located under the tongue and in cheeks that produce saliva.
The meticulous removal of plaque and calculus from tooth surfaces.
Thin resin material bonded in the pits and fissures of back teeth for the prevention of decay.
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