Sedation Dentistry – Forget All About Your Visits

Modern person lying on floor with copyspaceDon’t continue living with the fear of your next dental appointment. There are options that will allow you to not even remember the experience—sedation dentistry. Talk with your sedation dentist to find out if you are a candidate for this kind of dental care.

There are many great advantages to getting your work done with a sedation dentist. Here is a list of some of those advantages:

Lower Anxiety: You won’t have any. You will be safely sedated and breathing on your own. You will go in with dental needs and come out with a new crown or filling.

Won’t Remember: Have you ever wanted to forget about an experience during a dental procedure? Perhaps having another person’s hands in your mouth while you must keep your mouth open for long periods of time is not a great memory for you. Let’s just pass on putting those memories in the scrap book.

Higher Quality: When a patient is sedated, they salivate at a much lower rate, which is one of the greatest impediments to quality dentistry. Your dentist will be able work quicker because the tongue is not as much of an obstacle. Sedation dentistry is an all around great choice.

Let your dentist fix your teeth that you have been procrastinating. By doing so, you will prevent waking up in the middle of the night with an extremely painful toothache. It’s worth it and you won’t even remember.

Pence Family Dentistry members of Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation
Voted best dentist in Indiana 2022 by Expertise
Pence Family Dentistry in Indianapolis is an American Dental Association member
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