When consuming cold, hot, sweet, sour, or acidic foods and liquids triggers discomfort and pain in one or more teeth, it is most likely the common dental condition of tooth sensitivity. The sudden sharp pains associated with tooth sensitivity are often short lived, however they can greatly affect overall quality of life if left untreated. Thankfully, tooth sensitivity can be treated and conditions can be improved significantly.
Our new blog series will profile the highly skilled, professional team members that make Dorosti Family Dental the BEST dental group in the Zanesville Ohio area. Today, we’re introducing you to Haleigh …
Q: What is your job title?
A: My job title is RDH/BSDH/EFDA/OHASP (Registered Dental Hygienist/Bachelor of science in Dental Hygiene/Expanded Functions Dental Auxillary/Oral Health Access Supervision Permit)
Q: What does your work day look like?
A: Some days I clean teeth. Some days I do fillings, anesthetic or provide nitrous oxide sedation–depending on what the office needs or the doctor needs that day. I’m in the office 5 days a week and I see about 9 patients a day.
Whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, managing blood sugar levels is critically important to all areas of your health. When blood sugar levels are high, the higher the risk of developing health problems because the body has a much more difficult time fighting and recovering from infections.
How often should you brush and floss? What really causes cavities? We’re debunking some common misconceptions concerning your dental health.