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Pain Free Sedation dentistry

Make fear of the dentist a thing of the past. You will not be unconscious, just deeply relaxed and drowsy. You will be able to respond to the doctor and his team members. Sedation dentistry is for the anxious, fearful or very busy patient. The sedation technique completely removes all feelings of anxiety and apprehension. This treatment has an amnesic effect and also a compression of time effect; meaning there is little or no memory of your visit and a two hour appointment seems like a 10 minute appointment. We can correct years of embarrassing problems in as little as one or two appointments!

Sedation dentistry really works and it’s safe. It’s a safe way to make a long appointment more relaxing. Our registered anaesthetist will be there for the entire procedure. A friend or family member will drive you to the office and drive you home after the appointment. During the appointment a monitoring device will be placed on your finger and arm to monitor your vital signs. The doctor and experienced dental team will make sure you are comfortable during the entire procedure. After the appointment is over, your friend or family member will drive you home to relax and recover. Most patients are able to return to work the next day.

With sedation dentistry after your appointment you will be more comfortable and have a beautiful smile.

We have successfully treated patients who say:

Your total comfort, peace of mind and guaranteed satisfaction is our number one priority. With sedation dentistry you can kiss your fears goodbye and totally relax under our comfortable conscious anesthesia and anxiety-free techniques. If you fear the dentist, you’re not alone! You can finally put all of your dental anxieties aside in our office. We understand your fears! Our dental assistants will even hold your hand if you want them to.

To see if you are a candidate for sedation dentistry, please call to schedule a complimentary consultation. We will gladly answer all your questions.

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