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Making Dental Treatment Comfortable

If a visit to the dentist makes you or your family members apprehensive, nervous or anxious, we can help. As leaders in Sedation Dentistry—or what we call Relaxation Dentistry—we are able to offer our patients the opportunity for a comfortable, anxiety-free dental experience. With your lifelong health as our priority, we want to remove any hindrance that may keep you from pursuing the dental care you need to maintain your oral health. So, we asked… How can we make dental treatment more comfortable for our patients?  How would comfortable dental treatment make the patient feel?  What benefits could it bring to the patient? By fully engaging the modern advancements in Relaxation Dentistry, we are able to make dental treatment easier for our patients.

1. Sit back and relax

With a relaxed patient, treatment is easier for both the patient and the dentist as it allows the patient to rest, enabling our team to focus solely on the procedure. Whether you struggle with a gag reflex or have sensitive teeth or gums, sedation allows the Greentree team to perform dental procedures without the stress you may be used to experiencing.

2. Feel free to close your eyes and rest

Not only will we help you feel comfortable, you will be able to rest quietly and calmly during your treatment.  It happens every day at Greentree through the magic of sedation. Many patients find their sedation dental experience provides a relaxing and refreshing break from a busy life.

3. Allow us to accomplish more in less time 

Whether you need a cavity filled, dentures fitted, treatment for sore gums, cosmetic procedures to whiten your teeth or fix a chipped tooth, you'll be amazed at how much dental treatment can be accomplished while you are calmly sedated. Sedation allows us to perform more treatment in fewer visits. More extensive procedures normally requiring multiple visits may be completed in as little as one visit with the advancements in sedation dentistry.

4. Say goodbye to fear and anxiety

Because we understand that 30 percent of Americans struggle with dental fear or anxiety, our team is passionate about helping patients overcome these challenges. We use the technology of sedation to replace dental fear with the comfort of Relaxation Dentistry. Contact us today to see how Relaxation Dentistry can help you.

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We look forward to hearing from you. Call 614.459.5511 or request an appointment online to get started.