If you have been putting off going to the dentist for any of these reasons, your wait is over. Sedation dentistry can help you have a relaxing, comfortable dental experience. Stop putting off getting the smile you want and deserve!
I can’t tell you how excited I am that you took the first step to getting the smile you’ve always wanted. We will show you how easy it is to transform your overall appearance through cosmetic dentistry. But before we talk about the procedure that will give you the confidence to smile brilliantly, I want to talk to you about the number one factor that prevents most people from going to the dentist: fear.
That’s right! The number one reason why people avoid the dentist isn’t lack of funds or absence of dental insurance-it’s fear. So, if you’ve ever felt guilty or afraid to go to the dentist, you are not alone. And you don’t have to agonize anymore about getting the dental care you need.
Our Office makes Dentistry an Enjoyable Experience!
There is a procedure that will allow you to have an enjoyable experience at the dentist; it’s called sedation dentistry, and it has given even the faintest of heart the opportunity to get the dental care they need in an enjoyable environment.
One of our patients, Linda, is a perfect example of how this procedure has revolutionized dentistry. Here is Linda’s testimonial: “I was petrified. I’d tell anybody that was apprehensive about dental work that if they come here there is no pain and the fear was totally gone when I met the staff. They’re just awesome. It was an awesome experience for me.”
This turnaround was made possible by sedation dentistry. Sedation dentistry allows you to relax while you’re at the dentist’s office. It even allows you to have multiple procedures performed at one time which means you will spend less time at the dentist.
If you can identify with any of the following, you should consider sedation dentistry:
- Feelings of guilt or anxiety
- Have problems getting numb
- Have had a bad experience in the past
- Sensitive teeth
- Afraid of needles and shots
- Hate the noises and smells associated with going to the dentist
- Bad gag reflex
- Toothaches or headaches
- Want all procedures done in one to two visits.