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Sedation Dentistry Will Help You Save Time!

Sedation dentistry helps you relax during dental procedures. At Mann Family Dentistry, we offer three primary types of sedation dentistry:

  • Nitrous Oxide: Also known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide provides a feeling of euphoria and takes the edge off any discomfort. This form of sedation allows you to remain conscious, but relaxed during treatment. 
  • Oral Sedation: Oral sedation provides relaxation employing a prescription strength pill taken the night before your appointment and again just before you arrive at our office. Oral sedation works for a variety of treatments. Many patients that choose this form of sedation dentistry relate feeling as though their appointment finishes in a flash!
  • IV Sedation: Intravenous sedation is ...

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Helping the Hooksett-ites Keep on Smiling

Did you hear? We took knowledge on the road! Dr. Mann and the Mann Family Dental team have been creating smiles in the community for over 25 years. Beyond creating smiles in office, we take pride in generating smiles through education and community outreach.

Recently, Dr. Mann shared valuable information with our very own local Hooksett-ites during their Friday morning meeting at the Hooksett Public LIbrary. Dr. Mann discussed various dental topics from the relationship to oral and body health to dentures and dental implants. Dr. Mann and two certified dental assistants answered questions and opened dialog about the benefits of good oral hygiene to the 60 ...

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What Happens If Your Dentures Chip?

Dentures are a great replacement for missing teeth. However, like your natural teeth, they are not infallible. While they can stand up to most wear and tear, dentures can sometimes be chipped or cracked by crunching down too much on hard foods or by being dropped on the ground. So what do you do if your dentures chip?

Having your dentures chip can be a bit scary, as they were a big investment. Luckily, there are several ways to repair your dentures in the event they become damaged.

Use Dental Wax

In many cases, your dentures break suddenly and without warning. Because you probably don’t want to go toothless until you fix the ...

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How to Choose the Right Color for Your Dental Implants

With new dental implants shining in your mouth, your smile will look better than ever before. However, there is one crucial aspect to making dental implants look authentic, and that is color. While you might be tempted to choose a blindingly white shade to make yourself look like a movie star, chances are it would not match your other teeth. Here’s a short guide on how to choose the right color for your dental implants.

Look at the Surrounding Teeth

Obviously, the best method to determine the correct shade for your dental implant is to look at the surrounding teeth. You’ll want a tone that fits into the existing shades. However, keep ...

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What to Do if Your Dental Implant Is Loose

Dental implants are a great way to restore teeth you’ve lost from trauma or infections. They improve your appearance and make it far easier to talk, eat, and drink. When done successfully, a dental implant is a permanent tooth replacement that should look and feel like a real tooth. Because dental implants are drilled into your jaw bone, they are extremely secure and shouldn’t shift. Therefore, if you notice your dental implant is loose or wobbly, you should immediately contact Dr. Mann for help.

Causes of Loose Dental Implants

There are various reasons why your dental implant might be loose. One of the most common reasons is that you are suffering bone ...

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What Happens if You Brush Your Teeth Five Times a Day?

Maintaining proper oral hygiene is essential to keeping your mouth healthy. Dentists recommend you to brush your teeth two to three times a day to stave off tooth decay and gum disease. But what if you’re feeling overzealous and brush your teeth more than that? Brushing your teeth too much can’t hurt, can it?

Actually, it can. Here is what happens if you brush your teeth more than the recommended number of times per day.

Worn Down Tooth Enamel

Brushing vigorously five times a day can be extremely damaging to the surface of your teeth. Your tooth enamel is what protects your teeth from decay, as it shields the inner pulp.

Unfortunately, brushing five ...

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Top Spots in Manchester, NH to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

This post may seem a bit counterproductive, but hear me out. The key to great oral health isn’t avoiding all sweets all the time. It’s about a balanced diet, great at home oral care, and visiting your dentist every six months for a checkup.

There are plenty of great places to satisfy your sweet tooth in Manchester, NH, and here are a few of our favorites.

Dancing Lion Chocolate

Located in the heart of Manchester, Elm St, you can find Dancing Lion Chocolate. Here you can find some of the finest chocolate money can buy. But it does not stop there, you can also learn from the master chocolatiers to make chocolate!

They sell ...

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Oral Cancer Symptoms You Should Know

It’s important to always take care of your teeth to prevent tooth decay and gingivitis. But what if you start seeing problems with your mouth despite your excellent hygiene habits?

Rarely, it could be the start of oral cancer. This disease affects just over 51,000 people each year, and about 10,000 of the people that get it will succumb to it. Men more commonly contract cancer than women, and the average age of diagnosis is 62 (but keep in mind that one-fourth of all oral cancers occur in people younger than 55).

Worried about your chances of getting oral cancer? Here are several important signs and symptoms to be on the lookout ...

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White Spots on Your Teeth? What They Are and How to Fix Them

Even if you take good care of your teeth, you might begin to notice a disturbing trend – white spots that appear seemingly at random on the surface of your enamel.

If these white spots were all over, you’d have a killer Hollywood smile, but as they are, they are just in streaks, so they look rather out of place. If you’re experiencing this phenomenon, there could be a few different causes behind it.

Enamel Hypoplasia

Enamel hypoplasia is when the enamel of your tooth becomes so thin that it starts to wear through. It’s often a problem when teeth are developing, so if this is the cause of your white spots, you’ve ...

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Suffering from Dry Mouth? Try These Tips.

Suffering from dry mouth? You’re not alone – statistics show that 27.3 percent of women and 21.3 percent of men have chronic issues with dry mouth. It’s the worst when your tongue feels like sandpaper and your breath starts to smell. Fight back against this irksome problem with the following tips.

Drink More Water

While drinking water isn’t a cure for dry mouth, it will help keep your mouth and throat wetter. Instead of opting for that can of soda, switch it out for a bottle of water. Your mouth will thank you, and it will help you stay hydrated.

Chew Sugar-Free Candies

Yes, there’s actually a good reason for eating candies and chewing ...

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