SPECIALTY DENTAL CARE

Sjogren's Syndrome

Sjogren's Syndrome: Dental Restoration

While Sjogren's can affect almost every racial and ethnic group, the National Institutes of Health reports that the disease is most common in women ages 40 to 50. In fact, nine out of ten patients diagnosed with Sjogren's are women. More than four million Americans suffer from Sjogren's Syndrome, making it one of the most common autoimmune disorders in the USA.


Sjogren's Syndrome

Conscious Sedation

Intravenous - IV Sedation

Conscious Sedation is a lifesaver for patients that are afraid of the dentist. In the past, patients endured hours of painful dental work, which left them fatigued and fearful of returning to the dentist. Today, patients at Goodness Dental seeking dental surgery can choose conscious sedation, which puts patients in a state of sedation, while they remain conscious and able to respond to their dentist during treatment.


Conscious Sedation