Help Me – I’m Afraid Of The Dentist!

Indianapolis Sleep Dentistry If you are afraid of your Fishers cosmetic dentist, you are not alone. At Dental Care Today PC, we encounter many nervous first-time Indianapolis dental patients. How do we calm their fears, provide a comfortable dental environment, and earn lifelong patients?

1) We carefully explain the findings of the initial dental examination and thoroughly outline any recommended procedures. The consultation also includes a discussion about pain control including oral conscious sedation medications. This allows our Pendleton dentistry patients to make informed decisions about their oral health and necessary dental procedures.

2) Dr. Dale Behner practices gentle, pain-free dentistry. McCordsville cosmetic dentistry treatment will not begin until you are numb. Keep in mind, however, that every dentistry patient reacts to numbing agents and sedation medications differently.

Speak up quickly if you start to feel discomfort. We will pause treatment, administer additional analgesic, and wait until it takes effect. At Dental Care Today PC, we never rush cosmetic dental or restorative procedures.

We will do our best to make you comfortable, whether you are receiving dental veneers, undergoing crown-lengthening treatment, having your teeth whitened, or replacing your old silver fillings.

3) We provide many in-office amenities at Dental Care Today PC which help our dental patients focus on something pleasant during cosmetic dental treatment. Not every Carmel dental patient chooses sedation dentistry. Sometimes chemical-free diversions such as listening to your favorite music provide a distraction while letting you remain clear-headed.

At Dental Care Today PC, we understand dental anxiety and will help you overcome it. We are located at 9744 Lantern Rd in Fishers, 46037.

To schedule a friendly consultation, call 317-842-2337 or visit https://www.indianapolisdental.com/.

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    9744 Lantern Rd Fishers, IN 46037

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