Three Frequent Asked Questions about Sedation Dentistry
Once you've experienced sedation dentistry with Dr. Larry Lu at BigSmiles Dental Care located in Surrey, Canada, you'll never be afraid to go to the dental office again.
You'll be sedated just enough to be unaware of the treatment, as if you were relaxing. You'll wake up refreshed, with little or no memory of what was accomplished.
Here are the three most asked questions and their answers:
Q1: Am I a Good Candidate?
You or someone you love love are a candidate for sedation dentistry if you have experienced any of the following?
* High Fear or Anxiety.
* Have had traumatic dental experiences.
* Have very sensitive teeth.
* A gag reflex.
* Extensive dental problems.
* A tight schedule.
* Difficulty in becoming numb.
Q2: What Medication Do You Use in the Office?
You will be given some oral medication (Triazolam or Lorazepam) to take about an hour before you come to the office for your treatment. When you arrive in our relaxed dental office, you will already be feeling drowsy so you must be accompanied by a companion. Upon arrival, you will be escorted to the relaxation room. We will cover you up with a cozy warm blanket and monitor your vital signs at all times, more medication will be given depending on procedures and length of your appointment. When you are totally relaxed and comfortable, we will take care of your dental needs. When we have completed your dental treatment, we will have your companion take you home to enjoy the rest of your relaxing day.
Q3: Does It Really Work?
Most patients report that they feel absolutely nothing and that during their appointments they are relaxed, sleeping and comfortable at all times.
You will not be unconscious. You will be in a deep and relaxed state but will be responsive.
You will be sedated, so you will require a companion to drive you to your appointment and home again after.
One of our team members will be with you or monitoring you at ALL times during your visit with us. We will monitor your vital signs to ensure your safety.
You will literally sleep through your appointment with little or no memory of your visit here. This means that you will have no memory of your experience here including the sounds and smells of the dental office. Those individuals who have difficulty getting numb experience great success when they are asleep.
It is extremely safe. There are no intra-venous tubes or needles and we do not use a general anaesthetic. You take one small pill before your appointment and will be totally relaxed. Difficult and involved dental treatments that would often require several appointments can be completed in one while you are asleep.
Surrey dentist, Dr. Larry Lu, DDS can fix your teeth, restore sore gums, and brighten your smile without discomfort. With sedation dentistry, you'll be able to relax through your appointments.
You can have years of dental treatment done in just a few appointments. No more hiding your smile behind your hand or putting up with pain.
Dr. Larry Lu
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MarketWatch.com - Pre-Market Indications
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
By Steve Goldstein, MarketWatch
LONDON (MarketWatch) -- U.S. stock futures cooled off Tuesday following the rally that ensued from the European Union's nearly $1 trillion rescue package, with questions about the effectiveness of that plan as well as accelerating Chinese prices contributing to a more somber tone.
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S&P 500 futures fell 10.9 points to 1,146.00 and Nasdaq 100 futures dropped 15.5 points to 1,924.00. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 80 points.
U.S. stocks rallied Monday in the best single-day showing for the S&P 500 since March 23, 2009, when the Treasury Department announced a plan to jointly invest in toxic assets. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite each gained between 3.9% and 4.8%.
There are still questions attached to the European Union aid package announced over the weekend, notably on the funding for a euro-zone fund of 440 billion euros. The euro /quotes/comstock/21o!x:seurusd (CUR_EURUSD 1.2696, -0.0090, -0.7039%) has come in appreciably, from as high as $1.31 to the $1.27 range on Tuesday.
"We think the euro/dollar will likely continue to trade in a rather volatile matter until all the details are clear," said strategists for Credit Suisse Private Banking. Europe stocks also fell, with the Stoxx Europe 600 falling 1.6% in early afternoon trade.TODAY'S INTERNATIONAL MARKET STORIES
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Credit-default swaps on Greece, Spain, Portugal and Ireland tightened for a second day. The market "is still digesting the impact of yesterday's bailout. It has bought time ... but there are still doubts on whether the peripheral countries can deliver on austerity," said Gavan Nolan, vice president of credit research at Markit.
In China, data showed the fastest pace of inflation in 18 months, at 2.8%, as well as an 87% drop in its trade surplus.
"Higher than expected inflation, stronger growth in house prices and excessive bank lending indicating the need for further policy tightening and increases pressure on the People's Bank of China to appreciate the yuan," said John Meyer, a mining sector analyst at Fairfax in London.
The Shanghai Composite finished 1.9% lower. Most metals futures fell, though gold futures rose $17.80 to $1,218.60 an ounce. Yields on 10-year U.S. Treasury bonds fell, losing 7 basis points to 3.48%, as traders moved to safer assets.
The highlights of the U.S. calendar are due after the close, with Walt Disney /quotes/comstock/13*!dis/quotes/nls/dis (DIS 35.29, +1.88, +5.63%) and Electronic Arts /quotes/comstock/15*!erts/quotes/nls/erts (ERTS 18.24, +0.61, +3.46%) results and Intel's /quotes/comstock/15*!intc/quotes/nls/intc (INTC 22.55, +1.24, +5.82%) analyst meeting scheduled for later.
A number of companies will be making presentations at broker conferences, including a Bank of America Merrill Lynch event on healthcare and a UBS one on financial services.
Telefonica /quotes/comstock/13*!tef/quotes/nls/tef (TEF 63.67, +6.53, +11.43%) dropped and Portugal Telecom /quotes/comstock/13*!pt/quotes/nls/pt (PT 9.59, +1.21, +14.44%) rallied in Europe on the Spanish firm's $7.3 billion bid for the latter's Brazil operations. See full story.
Priceline.com /quotes/comstock/15*!pcln/quotes/nls/pcln (PCLN 249.75, +24.36, +10.81%) dropped sharply in premarket trade on the travel services Web site operator's below-Street earnings outlook.
The British pound /quotes/comstock/21o!x:sgbpusd (CUR_GBPUSD 1.4808, -0.0045, -0.3050%) extended a decline from when U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown said he would step aside in the autumn as his Labour Party entered formal negotiations with the Liberal Democrats.
Steve Goldstein is MarketWatch's London bureau chief.
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NYSE Arca Morning Update for Tuesday, May 11, 2010 :
STOCKS TRADING ON NYSE Arca AT A PRICE 15% OR MORE AWAY FROM
THE PREVIOUS TRADE DAY'S CONSOLIDATED CLOSE PRICE (AS OF 08:30:00 ET)
Stock Monday's Close Current Price Pct Change Current NYSE ARCA Vol
ASFI $8.05 $9.60 19.3% 1,400
RGDX $2.13 $2.52 18.2% 1,200
10 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS ON NYSE ARCA AS OF 08:30:00 ET
BASED ON DOLLARS TRADED: | BASED ON SHARES TRADED:
Stock $ Volume Price PctChg | Stock Share Vol Price PctChg
SPY $168264379 $114.84 ( 1.1%) | C 2,308,736 $4.14 ( 1.4%)
GLD $46,230,298 $119.20 1.4% | SPY 1,464,513 $114.84 ( 1.1%)
QQQQ $21,822,646 $47.31 ( 0.9%) | SLV 585,979 $18.40 1.7%
AAPL $14,400,148 $251.84 ( 0.8%) | QQQQ 461,264 $47.31 ( 0.9%)
IWM $14,316,054 $67.99 ( 1.5%) | GLD 388,166 $119.20 1.4%
EEM $11,624,118 $39.92 ( 2.5%) | EEM 290,406 $39.92 ( 2.5%)
SLV $10,721,709 $18.40 1.7% | SDS 247,478 $31.58 2.3%
C $9,576,144 $4.14 ( 1.4%) | FAZ 241,327 $13.03 4.5%
SDS $7,808,977 $31.58 2.3% | BAC 239,321 $17.08 ( 1.3%)
VXX $5,220,506 $26.25 4.6% | NOK 229,500 $10.88 ( 3.2%)
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