Green Mountain Sedation and General Dentistry believes that patients who actively participate in their dental healthcare can make the best decisions about treatment. Patient education is a priority in our office, and we continually research the latest advancements to keep you up-to-date. Browse this page to visit great dental websites and review informative articles, then visit our Common Concerns section to clear up any questions you may have. Our team, one of our best resources, is always happy to answer questions as well.
American Dental Association: Patients and Consumers Guide - Information about many different dental procedures, information for parents, online list of dentists, and advice about dental insurance.
CDC's Oral Health Program - provides information on oral health surveillance activities, prevention strategies such as fluorides and dental sealants, and recommendations for infection control.
DentalPath.com - nonprofit organization offering an online resource, with information about dentistry and dental hygiene.
ADHA - Oral Health Information - Site that covers the fundamentals of a winning smile:brush and floss every day, eat properly, and visit your registered dental hygienist regularly.
American Academy of Periodontology - Information about gum disease.
Sports Dentistry Online - Site covering information on sports dentistry.
Floss.com - A comprehensive guide to dental health with updated information on new products, procedures and dental news.
Bruxism Resource Center - Offers information and resources for teeth grinders and clenchers.
Teeth Grinding Resource - This is a resource for teethgrinding and bruxism with helpful information and links.
American Dental Association - The umbrella organization for dentists in America.
American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry - Promotes the integration of dental esthetics into the spectrum of oral health care.
American Academy of Restorative Dentistry - Provides a video series entitled "Through the Eyes of the Master." Informative and serves as a valuable reference to restorative dentistry.
Patients who have experienced sedation dentistry with our office are never afraid of a visit to the dentist again! You'll be sedated just enough to be unaware of the treatment, and be totally relaxed in the comfortable chair. You'll wake up refreshed, with little or no memory of the procedures that were completed...