Dental Pain Management

Opioid-Free

Pain management is an important part of dental practice. It is not uncommon for dental patients to receive opioid (narcotic) pain medications after various dental procedures. In conjunction with NSAIDs, narcotic pain medications are commonly given after third molar surgery. In the United States, 12% of all immediate release opioid...

Oral Mucositis Treatment with StellaLife®

Oral pain associated with inflammation of the inside lining of the mouth is often a serious side effect of cancer treatments (radiation, chemotherapy as well as bone marrow transplant).  This condition is called Oral Mucositis (OM) and causes redness, mouth ulcers and sores that can be very painful and distressing. Oral pain makes...

Natural and Effective Dry Socket Treatment

Dry socket (alveolar osteitis) is the most common complication following tooth extractions. Dry socket results when the blood clot at the site of the tooth extraction fails to develop, or is dislodged or dissolved before the wound has healed. When the blood clot is displaced from the extraction socket, the...

Technology Advances in Antimicrobial Rinse

The patient is much more comfortable after periodontal therapy and surgical procedures when the Recovery Kit is used. There are also numerous applications for oral lesions and chronic mucositis. The VEGA Oral Care Rinse can be used daily to keep P. gingivalis and other pathogens under control without staining, inhibiting...

MyPerioPath by OralDNA

A common question of everyone doing something for the first time is “How?” Clinical laboratory testing is standard of care in the medical profession and while completing their degrees, our medical colleagues learned the “How.” For dental professionals, clinical laboratory testing is a newer concept. Clinical lab testing in dentistry...