On Friday, May 10, My son, Michael graduated from The University of Michigan, Dental School.
Since I also am a graduate I was with him for the Diploma and Hooding Ceremony at Hill Auditorium in Ann Arbor. In June , Michael will head to Madison Wisconsin to do a residence
at Meriter Hospital. Michael I am so proud, and I wish you all the best.
DENTAL EMERGENCIES COME IN MANY FORMS, TRAUMA, SWELLING, AND PAIN. AT THE FIRST INDICATION OF PAIN YOU SHOULD CONTACT A DENTIST.
SOME PEOPLE WAIT DAYS WITH THE HOPE THAT THE PAIN WILL DISAPPEAR. THE INTENSE PAIN OFTEN COME IN WAVES. IF A TOOTH IS SENSITIVE
TO BITING PRESSURE OR IF YOU NEED COLD WATER TO KEEP THE PAIN AWAY THEN YOU HAVE AN IRREVERSIBLE PROBLEM. SHOULD YOU FIND YOURSELF
IN THIS DENTAL EMERGENCY SITUATION. CALL DR. DHONDT AT 586-294-4455 OR HIS CELL AT 313-516-9234 THIS IS MY DAUGHTER KATIE AND I AT THE THANKSGIVING DAY TURKEY TROT IN FRONT OF THE SPIRIT OF DETROIT.
What do most people fear about going to the Dentist? Generally the thought of needles and drills are the two most feared elements of going to the dentist. Dr. D’Hondt, the Macomb County Dentist, uses painless dental practices to help alleviate your fear and hesitation to your dental care needs.
Dentistry has come a long way over the last few years and there are many new ways to provide relatively painless treatment. For invasive procedures such as wisdom teeth extraction, biopsies and complex root canal surgery, nerve block are often administered. To eliminate the discomfort associated with injections, topical agents are applied to tissues prior to the injection.
Nitrous Oxide or “laughing gas” for relaxation can often reduce the pain, fear and anxiety associated with shots and is used as well.
Although still experimental, laser technology may soon change the way dentists treat tooth decay. Currently, lasers are being used for soft tissue management and in other areas of medicine such as eye surgery and skin treatments. While initial efforts have experienced only moderate success, the use of laser technology could someday eliminate the need for intimidating drills and surgical instruments.
Dr. D’Hondt offers complete painless dental care including general and cosmetic dentistry, root canals, and crowns and bridges in a relaxing environment. Give us a call today to see how we can help make your dental visit as painless as possible.
Dr. D’Hondt’s Dental Practice has been awarded on of Hour Magazines Top Dentists in the Detroit and Macomb County area consecutively from 2008 – 2010. Give us a call today to see our office can take care of your Painless Dental needs 586-294-4455.
Dr. D’Hondt Dental Services offers EMERGENCY Dental Services. If you call our office after-hours and you have an emergency situation, our answering machine will provide you with the emergency number to call and you will get a hold of us immediately, or you can call Dr. Dennis D’Hondt directly at 313-516-9234.