Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry Worcester MA

How long have you been avoiding the dentist? Did you have a bad experience 5, 10 or even 20 years and never went back to the dentist? If this describes you, you’re not alone. Statistics show that nearly one-third of adults avoid the dentist because of extreme fear and anxiety. 

Dental offices are not the most comfortable environments. There are many sounds involves, and the poking and prodding with the various dental tools can put a person on edge, especially when they feel trapped in a chair. If your fear of the dentist has led to dirty teeth, toothaches and dental problems, you need to visit the dentist right away and get your teeth healthy again. Sedation dentistry can help.

Sedation dentistry, as the name implies, sedates you while you are in the dental chair. If you are highly sensitive to the sights, sounds and other dental office experiences, you don’t have to avoid the dentist anymore. Your dentist has various sedation options that can help you relax. In fact, you don’t even have to be awake during the procedure. Sedation dentistry is very safe if done by a trained professional. It is also very effective and convenient. You won’t feel any pain during the process.

Oral Sedation

Oral sedation is considered the best method for dentists. It is easy for the patient – you simply take a pill before your appointment. Your dentist may give you a medication called Halcion, which is similar to Valium. Once you reach a certain level of sedation, your dentist begins the dental work. The patient maintains a certain level of consciousness but does not remember the visit. They may spend several hours in the dentist’s chair but it feels like just a few minutes.

Contact Us Today

You no longer have to avoid the dentist. With sedation dentistry, you can get your dental work done while you sleep.  If anxiety and fear are keeping you from a healthy, beautiful smile, ask us about sedation dentistry options. We can help you relax in the dentist’s chair and get all the dental work done that you’ve been putting off for so long. If you are interested in a sedation dentist, contact the office of Dr. Gobran today. Give us a call at (508) 753-3200 or fill out the online form. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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