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Sleep Apnea: What You Need to Know

Sleep apnea is a dangerous condition impacting many Americans. Unfortunately, many people don’t even realize they have sleep apnea, resulting in a significant number of these cases going untreated. This can increase your risk of serious health issues down the road.

We’ve created the following Slideshare presentation to provide you with a basic overview of sleep apnea. If you think you may suffer from this condition, Dr. Bryson and Dr. Margio can help. Visit us for a sleep evaluation so that we can determine the ideal treatment plan to restore a restful night’s sleep.

 

Please contact Drs. Bryson & Margio Dentistry using the form on this page or call 702-445-7075 today to schedule a sleep apnea diagnostic exam. We serve patients in Las Vegas, Summerlin, Henderson and throughout the surrounding areas of Nevada.

How Diabetes Affects Your Teeth and Gums

November is American Diabetes Month, which makes this the perfect time for our Las Vegas dentists to talk to you about the effect diabetes can have on your oral health.

We don’t tend to think about diabetes in a dental context, accustomed, as we are, to discussing its very serious long-term threat to your body’s overall level of health and wellness. However, diabetes can wreak havoc on your teeth and gums, and that’s something you should be aware of.

In fact, diabetes-related concerns are among the most common dental problems Americans face. And these aren’t just cosmetic problems – diabetes-related oral health conditions can significantly affect the functioning of your mouth.

Dental Problems Associated With Diabetes

gum disease-diabetes connection - Las Vegas dentistThe most significant oral health concern when it comes to diabetes is gum disease. There’s a strong link between diabetes and gum disease, one that potentially runs in both directions – there are some studies that have found a link between untreated gum disease and an increased likelihood of developing diabetes.

However, we know that those who suffer from diabetes are at greater risk of suffering from gum disease. Because diabetes makes it difficult for your body to regulate its blood sugar levels, constant vigilance is needed to keep them in their proper ranges. Without that vigilance, your blood sugar can spike, which is dangerous for a number of reasons.

You probably already know that sweet, sugary foods and drinks can harm your teeth and gums. Well, high blood sugar can have a similar effect. High blood sugar means there’s more acid to wear away your gums and tooth enamel. This is just one more reason to carefully monitor and regulate your blood sugar levels if you suffer from diabetes.

There are two other oral health conditions commonly associated with diabetes:

  • Thrush, a fungal infection in your mouth
  • Extreme dry mouth – when your body fails to produce enough saliva, it has lost a crucial weapon for removing bacteria from your teeth

As you can see, the oral health consequences of diabetes are significant and require constant vigilance.

Addressing These Concerns

If you already suffer from diabetes and wish to avoid these dental problems, it really comes down to two things: diabetes control and dental hygiene.

Put simply, controlling your diabetes is the best way to minimize the danger to your teeth and gums. Follow your doctor’s instructions. Eat a careful diet. Monitor your blood sugar levels. If you’ve been given medication such as insulin, take it at the proper times and in the proper fashion.

Meanwhile, you should be practicing sound dental hygiene. This is always important, of course, but it takes on added urgency when you’re suffering from diabetes. You need to be very sure that you’re looking after your teeth and gums. This means brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing on a daily basis and seeing our dentists at least twice a year for regular checkups.

And, of course, if you suffer from diabetes, be sure to disclose that when coming in for your initial appointment. It will help us as we seek to provide you with the extraordinary dental care you deserve.

If you live in or around Las Vegas, Nevada and need an experienced dentist, please call Drs. Bryson & Margio Dentistry today at 702-445-7075.

8 Bad Habits that Wreck Your Oral Health

Bad habits have an impact on many aspects of your health, including your oral health. View our SlideShare and see if your lifestyle is damaging your smile. 

Schedule your dental exam and cleaning with one of our dentists in Las Vegas today at (702) 445-7075. Drs. Bryson and Margio serve clients in the Las Vegas area including Summerlin and Henderson, Nevada. 

What Happens When You Stop Brushing Your Teeth

What Happens When You Stop Brushing Your Teeth | VegasYou know it’s important to brush your teeth, and hopefully, you’re doing your best to floss daily as well, but have you ever wondered what would happen if you stopped caring for your teeth altogether? The answer is nothing good, and it may even lead to life-threatening consequences. Our dentist in Las Vegas encourages all our patients to come in for bi-annual dental exams, and some may benefit from three cleanings a year if they have crooked or crowded teeth.

These are just a few aspects of your oral health and the overall health of your body that will suffer when you stop brushing:

1.    Tooth Decay

Cavities, or tooth decay, could set in very quickly, as your mouth depends on consistent brushing and flossing to remove food particles and bacteria from the surface of your teeth. The bacteria will become plaque, which could solidify into tartar. Untreated cavities are a severe problem and jeopardize every aspect of your teeth. The cavity will eat away at your tooth until there’s a small hole. This hole will continue to grow and can easily become infected (abscessed) considering all the other bacteria throwing an unencumbered party in your mouth. A tooth abscess is dangerous. You’ll need a root canal or risk losing the tooth completely. Both of which are costly and require follow-up treatment such as a crown or dental implant.

2.    Tooth Discoloration & Enamel Erosion

If you drink a lot of wine, coffee, tea, or other drinks that cause tooth stains, you’re going to face tooth discoloration sooner or later. Most tooth stains are superficial (extrinsic) and can be easily dealt with before they get worse through rinsing with water after drinking stain-inducing fluids, brushing after each meal, and regular dental cleanings at our Las Vegas office. But, when you neglect your teeth completely, these stains will continue to grow, making them harder to deal with in the future.

Additionally, many people are prone to intrinsic stains which go further than your enamel and impact your dentin (inner tooth layer)—These are difficult to treat as they’re caused by certain antibiotics, too much fluoride, tooth trauma, and other reasons. Intrinsic stains can be gray, amber, purple, or yellow.

The shiny, translucent outer layer of your teeth known as your enamel will erode the longer you go without brushing or flossing. Your enamel is responsible for protecting you from temperature fluctuations and chemicals. When you drink acidic beverages such as fruit drinks or soda without rinsing with water or brushing, your enamel will erode, making your teeth more susceptible to chips and cracks as well.

No dental hygiene will make your teeth sensitive to certain foods and cause stubborn tooth stains, which could be permanent.

3.    Gum Disease

Gum disease is rampant among adults. The first stage is easily reversible, but failure to brush your teeth creates the best environment for gum disease to flourish. There are three phases of gum disease:

  • Gingivitis: As plaque builds up along your gum line, the tissues become irritated, and your lack of brushing will only fuel the inflammation caused by gingivitis. This stage is when people often notice bleeding while brushing or flossing.
  • Periodontitis: Plaque continues to grow at your gum line and causes pockets to form where bacteria and food are trapped. You’ll notice more inflammation and irritation, and your teeth may appear longer as the gum tissue pulls away from your teeth.
  • Advanced Periodontitis: During this final stage of gum disease, the connective fibers and gum tissue separate further and cause your teeth to shift or loosen. Your bite will be affected, and even your jaw bone will suffer because bacterial toxins will weaken your bone tissue. You may lose one or more teeth due to the loss of support. You’ll have bad breath and may even have pus around your gums.

The last two stages of gum disease can only be addressed with gum treatment through a dentist and may not be reversible, so it’s important you brush and floss to avoid periodontitis.

4.    Tooth Loss & Bone Recession

Gum disease and tooth loss | Las Vegas DentistAfter your teeth have shifted or loosened due to severe periodontitis, you’ll likely lose at least one tooth, and a missing tooth can cause a host of other problems. The main issue is your jaw bone. Without the stimulation and pressure from the missing tooth, your bone will recede and lose volume. In just one year, your jaw bone will lose 25 percent of bone width, which means you’re more likely to lose additional teeth, especially if you’re still not brushing or flossing. Dental implants are an efficient way to replace missing teeth, and they look just like your natural teeth.

5.    Increased Risk of Heart Disease

Perhaps the most detrimental aspect of no brushing or flossing is the link researchers have found between oral health and heart disease. While the research is still largely circumstantial, it’s believed that the inflammatory response and tissue damage during the stages of gum disease allow bacteria to enter the bloodstream and cause more inflammation in your body. Inflammation harms blood vessels. Research has found that the common bacteria found in a mouth with gum disease can spread to your heart. Conversely, when a patient had a healthy mouth, researchers found less of the bacteria in the heart.

Take Better Care of Your Mouth

The consequences of not brushing your teeth we’ve listed can arise very quickly in some people, while others may not develop cavities, gum disease or the subsequent problems at all—You can bet that their breath is far from minty-fresh, though. Your social life and career will suffer, and you’ll end up with higher bills from the dentist than if you took care of your teeth daily and stuck to bi-annual dental exams and cleaning.

Schedule your dental exam with our dentist in Las Vegas today at (702) 445-7075. Drs. Bryson and Margio serve clients in Las Vegas, Henderson, and Summerlin, Nevada.

The Best Way for You to Improve Your Smile

The Best Way for You to Improve Your Smile | Vegas, NevadaYour smile is unique to you and a representation of who you are. When you’re unhappy with your teeth or the way your gums look, you avoid smiling, which can be difficult when you’re having a good time. There are many ways to improve a smile through cosmetic dentistry, but what’s the best way to improve yours? First, you have to identify what’s bothering you the most and make sure you have a healthy mouth.

1.  Schedule Your Bi-Annual Dental Exam & Cleaning

The first step in improving your smile is getting x-rays and a cleaning done. Before you have cosmetic dentistry, you’ll need to address any oral health concerns. Our Las Vegas dentist looks for signs of these problems:

In addition to looking for those developing issues, our dentist will clean and polish your teeth, which can improve the appearance of your teeth immensely. Share any changes in your well-being such as diabetes or heart disease as these conditions have been linked to poor dental health and may limit your cosmetic options.

2. Treat Any & All Oral Health Concerns

Cavities need to be filled before you have any aesthetic work done, even orthodontics. Why? Because untreated cavities progress quickly, they can lead to gum disease or exacerbate existing gum disease. They also erode the protective outer coating of your teeth known as enamel. Over time, the cavity destroys the pulp (inside) of the tooth, leading to an infection (abscess). The most effective way to eradicate the infection is to remove the tooth completely.

So, you’ve gone from needing a simple tooth-colored filling to losing a tooth. What’s more, once you’ve lost one tooth, you’re more likely to lose additional teeth because the remaining teeth begin to shift to cover the gap and your jaw bone degrades without consistent biting pressure. Your face will also lose its natural shape.

Gum disease is just as dangerous as an untreated cavity and comes in three phases:

  • Gingivitis: The mild stage in which your gums swell, redden, and bleed easily. You may experience mild discomfort or none at all. Gingivitis is typically caused by poor dental hygiene. This is the prime reason you should brush your teeth (twice a day) and floss (daily or at least three times a week). Improving your dental habits can reverse gingivitis, but without intervention, gingivitis grows into periodontal disease.
  • Periodontitis: This phase of gum disease occurs when the plaque on your teeth stretches beneath the gums, causing them swell even more and pull away from the teeth. This separation creates pockets where your gum line once was which collect bacteria. Periodontal treatments can reverse some of the damage from periodontitis before it progresses to stage three.
  • Advanced Periodontitis: The final phase of gum disease causes bone loss due to the deterioration of your gum tissue that secured your teeth in place. Your teeth with become loose and begin to shift. You may lose one or more teeth or require tooth extraction upon treatment. Advanced periodontitis also causes chronic bad breath.

It’s essential to treat gum disease, cavities, and any other oral health issues before you have cosmetic work done. You want more than good-looking teeth. You want a healthy, stunning smile.

3. Determine What Aspect(s) of Your Smile You’d Like to Improve

Our dentist in Las Vegas offers a variety of cosmetic options for your teeth. The right treatment or procedure for you depends on what specifically you’d like to fix, such as crooked teeth with orthodontics (Invisalign®) or tooth staining with whitening treatments. Aside from those, some of the most popular cosmetic dentistry services we provide include:

  • Smile Makeover: Corrects several problems at once such as a gummy smile, gapped teeth, and tooth stains through several cosmetic treatments.
  • Porcelain Veneers: Thin shells permanently placed over your existing teeth to correct chips, cracks, and other aesthetic concerns. Lumineers® are similar to porcelain veneers but removable.
  • Dental Implants: Necessary for both functional and cosmetic reasons. They can salvage your remaining teeth while also restoring your smile.

4. Schedule a Cosmetic Dentistry Consultation

dental exam, xrays and cleaning in Las VegasYou can discuss your cosmetic choices during your dental exam or schedule a free consultation to go over the details involved and whether you qualify. Dr. Margio and Dr. Bryson, trained at the esteemed Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Cosmetic Studies (LVI), which gave them the necessary skills and expertise to give patients healthy, beautiful teeth. At your appointment, our dentists will listen to what you do and don’t like about your smile and determine the best route to achieve your ideal look.

Why Should You Improve Your Smile?

Many men and women struggle with embarrassing teeth, and this hang up can seep into other aspects of your life as well. If you refrain from smiling, you may seem off-putting to your coworkers and friends, which may prevent you from landing that promotion or a second date. However, an unappealing smile can also be off-putting, creating a lose-lose situation. Improving your smile does more than give you pearly-whites. A good-looking smile enhances your overall life and provides room to grow in your work and personal life.

Cosmetic dentistry can boost your confidence, so you never have to hide your smile again.   

If you’re interested in cosmetic dentistry, please contact Drs. Bryson and Margio in Las Vegas today at (702) 445-7075 to schedule your dental exam and consultation. Our experienced dentists provide cosmetic, general and emergency dentistry as well as TMJ and sleep apnea treatment to patients in Summerlin, Henderson, Las Vegas and surrounding Nevada areas.

Top 10 Reasons People Go to the Dentist

You know going to the dentist is an important part of maintaining a healthy mouth and body, but how often do you actually schedule your dental cleanings and x-rays? If it’s been more than a year since your last appointment, you’re not alone. Many people wait until they notice changes in their oral health such as bleeding gums, loose teeth or pain. Ideally, seeing one of our dentists in Las Vegas two to three times a year will keep your mouth in great shape, but neglecting your teeth and gums by not brushing or avoiding the dentist could have you scheduling a last-minute appointment for one of these reasons:

1.    Loose or Missing Teeth

Loose teeth can be a sign of one or more problems including a face or jaw injury, consistent tooth grinding or gum disease. If the tooth is loose, there are ways our dentist can treat it to make sure you don’t lose the tooth. Tooth splinting is one option, which bonds the loose tooth to an adjacent one to help stabilize, strengthen and tighten it. A mouth guard can prevent further tooth grinding or clenching to allow your tooth to solve the problem naturally. However, if gum disease is to blame, you’ll need periodontal treatment to remove the bacteria collecting in pockets between your gums and teeth. This helps your gums get stronger and become healthy again.

If you have one or more missing teeth, it’s vital you schedule an appointment at our Las Vegas office. Missing teeth lead to a host of other problems that inevitably will cause you to losing more teeth. Without the stimulation from biting and chewing, that area of your jaw bone will degrade, leading to a change in facial shape and shifting teeth. Dental implants can restore the function and stop jawbone recession. They can also give you a beautiful, natural-looking smile.

You can lose a tooth due to gum disease, a facial injury or other causes. A tooth lost due to injury can be saved and placed back in the mouth in some circumstances.

2.    Crooked, Gapped, Overcrowded Teeth

Orthodontics such as Invisalign® Clear Braces or traditional braces are often done during your early teens, but many adults struggle with misaligned teeth, which causes embarrassment and discomfort. It’s important to straighten your teeth to maximize your oral health. Crooked or overcrowded teeth may harbor higher amounts of bacteria and can be difficult to clean properly. Studies have also shown that misaligned teeth make a lasting impression and can have a negative impact on your social life and prevent you from advancing at work.

3.    Discolored Teeth

Teeth whitening is one of the most common cosmetic dentistry treatments. Your smile is one of the first things someone notices when they meet you for the first time, and a bright, white smile can mean the difference between landing your dream job or a second date and going home early. Over the counter (OTC) whitening products, especially toothpaste, do little to improve the discoloration of your teeth, which can be caused by drinking dark-colored liquids such as red wine, coffee and tea, taking certain medications, tobacco use and more. These OTC products may contain too little or too much whitening agent that provides no whitening action or damages your tooth enamel. We offer in-office treatments with Zoom! Teeth Whitening and at-home whitening kits that are customized to fit your teeth.

4.    An Embarrassing Smile

If you’re embarrassed by your smile, it’s time to do something about it. With so many cosmetic dentistry options at your fingertips to improve your smile, you don’t need to be self-conscious of your teeth anymore. Whether you have missing, discolored or crooked teeth or an overly gummy smile, there are ways to improve the appearance of your teeth and gums so you can smile proudly.

5.    Tooth Pain

Tooth pain is an indicator that something is wrong. It could be caused by any number of problems, but often it’s a sign of tooth decay or gum recession. Sharp tooth pain when you chew or bite into food may mean a filling, crown or another piece of dental work has been damaged and needs to be repaired. Tooth decay can reach deep into your tooth and enter the nerve, causing near constant pain. You may need a root canal to address the issue. Tooth pain could also be a warning sign of an abscessed tooth, which can cause severe side effects and spread through your body. Do not ignore tooth pain. The sooner we identify the problem, the sooner you can enjoy a healthy, pain-free mouth.

6.    Headaches and Jaw Pain

If you have mouth pain, call our Las Vegas dentistsTMJ Disorders (TMD) are caused by misalignment or dysfunction of the jaw joints that connect your lower jaw to your skull. The symptoms can be painful such as headaches, jaw pain, lockjaw, ringing in the ears, difficulty chewing and much more. Headaches are a common sign of TMD and can be misdiagnosed as tension-related headaches. Our dentists specialize in TMD and offer treatments such as customized mouth guards, braces to correct misalignment and oral surgery.

7.    Facial Swelling

Facial swelling is typically accompanied by other issues such as tooth pain and headaches. They may be warning you of tooth infection, advanced gum disease, incoming wisdom teeth, among others. Sometimes, the answer is a quick fix, while others may require surgical intervention. Don’t ignore swelling in your cheeks or overall face. Our dentists can determine the cause and come up with a safe, effective treatment to reduce the swelling and any accompanying pain.

8.    Bleeding Gums

A certain degree of bleeding gums is normal such as sensitivity when you first start flossing, but consistent bleeding and irritation is likely due to gum disease, which can easily worsen if left untreated. Without proper dental hygiene (brushing twice and flossing once a day) and regular dental exams, plaque builds up and releases bacteria, causing gum irritation. As gum disease progresses, this bacteria makes your gums detach from your teeth, creating pockets for the bacteria and the eventual release of this bacteria into your blood stream. Gum disease has been linked to severe health concerns such as stroke, heart disease and diabetes.

9.    Spots or Sores in the Mouth

Spots or sores in your mouth may be nothing to worry about, but they could also be an indicator of oral cancer. Cold sores and canker sores are common and typically heal on their own. Tobacco use, poorly-fitting oral appliances or dentures can also cause some irritation and spots. Regardless of how small a sore or spot might be, it’s important to schedule an exam with one of our dentists to make sure your mouth is healthy. The early onset of oral cancer can be effectively treated and cured, which is why regular dental exams are essential.

10. A Long Overdue Checkup

Some men and women wait years between dental cleanings and checkups and schedule an overdue exam due to worsening pain or discoloration. No matter how long it’s been since your last visit, scheduling your appointment today could save you a lot of hassle in the future, especially if you use tobacco and have a history of oral cancer in your family.

Contact Drs. Bryson and Margio in Las Vegas today at (702) 445-7075 to book your dental exam or cosmetic dentistry consultation. We serve clients in Summerlin, Henderson and nearby Las Vegas, Nevada areas.

Why You Should See a Dentist Before, During, and After Pregnancy

Why You Need to See the Dentist During Pregnancy | Las VegasPregnancy causes your body to change in many ways, and this includes your teeth. What’s more, it’s important to see a dentist before you get pregnant to make sure any issues with tooth decay are dealt with beforehand. You need to take care of your oral health because severe dental problems can lead to issues with your overall health. Gum disease, for example, has been linked to an increased risk of stroke, heart disease, and diabetes.

By taking care of your teeth before you conceive, you can prevent any current issues from worsening during pregnancy. Dental procedures that require anesthesia and extensive dental work such as a root canal or tooth extraction will need to be done before you become pregnant or wait until after childbirth.

Some of the changes your teeth and gums may experience during pregnancy include:

  • Gingivitis—Women are more prone to gum disease (gingivitis) during pregnancy due to hormonal changes and other factors. Tender gums that are inflamed may bleed when you brush or floss.
  • Increased Risk of Tooth Decay—Pregnancy heightens your chance of developing tooth decay for several reasons. Morning sickness and a sensitive gag reflex (along with gingivitis) may stop you from brushing and flossing. Morning sickness also ups the amount of acid in your mouth, causing the surface layer of your teeth (enamel) to erode. Consuming more carbohydrates than usual will also increase the risk for tooth decay.
  • Tumors on Your Gums—Don’t worry these are not cancerous, but excess tissue growth on the gums, which typically arise during the second trimester. These growths may develop between your teeth because of surplus plaque. They appear red and raw and bleed easily. Pregnancy tumors usually go away following childbirth.

These are just a few of many reasons to have regular dental exams at our Las Vegas Dentistry Office before, during and after pregnancy.

Schedule your dental exam with one of our skilled dentists today at (702) 445-7075. Drs. Bryson and Margio serve clients in Las Vegas, Summerlin, Henderson and nearby areas of Nevada.

Why Cosmetic Dentistry is So Popular in Las Vegas

Cosmetic dentistry is very popular in Las Vegas, and it’s easy to see why. Your smile is one of the most defining features of your face, and having crooked, stained, chipped, cracked, or otherwise disfigured teeth can cause embarrassment and self-esteem issues. Plus, other people may think poorly of your oral hygiene habits, which can be a disadvantage in the workforce and the dating pool.fix your smile with cosmetic dentistry

On the other hand, people look favorably upon a beautiful and well-maintained smile. Surveys have shown that almost half of people think that a smile is the most memorable feature upon first impression, and around 45% think that a smile is your most attractive feature as you age.

Cosmetic dentistry can help you improve:

  • Stained teeth
  • Uneven or crowded teeth
  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • “Gummy smile”

Las Vegas cosmetic dentists Drs. Randy Bryson and Toni Margio perform many cosmetic and general dentistry procedures to help patients maintain an attractive smile. These procedures include, among others:

  • Teeth Whitening
  • Implants
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Porcelain Fillings
  • Gum Contouring
  • Invisible Braces

These procedures can have a profound effect on your smile, allowing you to obtain white, straight, even teeth. The gums can also be corrected. If your gums are receding or come too far down your teeth (what’s known as a “gummy smile”), gum contouring can be used to bring the gum line to its proper place.

If you live in Las Vegas or surrounding areas and are concerned about the appearance of your teeth, Drs. Bryson and Margio can help. Their extensive experience with both cosmetic and general dentistry allows them to customize treatment plans for each patient, addressing his or her individual needs in order to achieve the best possible smile.

Learn more about how to improve your smile by contacting cosmetic dentists Drs. Bryson and Margio at 702-445-7075 today. We serve the Las Vegas, Summerlin, and Henderson areas of Nevada.

Quiz – Are You a Dental Superhero?

Taking good care of your mouth and teeth can help you have a healthy body and help you make a good first impression. In fact, caring for your teeth well can make you a dental superhero, but falling short might mean that you’re an anti-hero. Find out which you are by taking this fun quiz:

 

To schedule an evaluation with our dentists, please contact Drs. Bryson & Margio today by calling 702-445-7075. We are proud to serve clients in Las Vegas, Summerlin, and Henderson.

New to Las Vegas? How to Find Your New Dentist

New to Las Vegas? How to Find Your New Dentist | SummerlinThere are countless hassles involved in moving to a new town such as Las Vegas. Aside from finding the perfect home, you must also change your address with USPS and have internet and cable installed. One thing that often gets missed in the constant stress of the moving process is finding a new dentist. You likely had a dentist, doctor, ophthalmologist and other specialists at your old home, but now you must find the right ones for you in the Las Vegas area.

Here are some tips to help you decide which dentistry office is the best fit:

  1. Scheduling Your Appointment: There are several new patient papers you must fill out before being seen. Some dentistry offices send this paperwork ahead of time or offer an online option such as our dentists’ new patient forms. The ease of making your appointment can give you a good impression before you step inside the door.
  2. Atmosphere: You should feel welcome the moment you step into your new dentist’s office. Whether it’s through softer lighting in the waiting room with ample reading materials or just an overall feeling you get when interacting with the staff.
  3. Bedside Manor: Your dentist should be friendly and walk you through the new patient process. You will likely need x-rays and a teeth cleaning before moving forward with any necessary dental work. If you don’t feel comfortable with the dentist, you may want to keep looking.
  4. Continued Education and Certifications: Many dentistry professionals such as our Drs. Bryson and Margio strive to continue their education and stay up to date with the latest certifications and expertise in the ever-advancing dental technologies.
  5. Honesty: Many dentistry professionals may try to sell you on unnecessary dental procedures such as pushing you to fill a cavity that isn’t needed. You want a dentist who is honest with you instead of seeing you as a dollar sign.

If you’re new to the Las Vegas area and/or are looking for a new dentist, please contact Drs. Bryson and Margio in Las Vegas today at (702) 445-7075 to schedule your dental exam and evaluation. Our dentists serve clients in Summerlin, Henderson and Las Vegas, Nevada.