Do you struggle with dental anxiety? Here's how we can help!
If you are fearful or anxious when it comes time to visiting the dentist, you are not alone. Dental phobias are actually quite common with an estimated 30 to 40 million people suffering from dental fears. Due to the fear of the unknown, bad experiences in the past, embarrassment, and several other factors, it is not uncommon to delay dental care because you are anxious. Now, you can receive the care that you deserve while overcoming your fears with a sedation dentist in here in Wylie. With the use of sedation, your dental fears and phobias will fade away while you relax comfortably during your visit.
How Can I Stop Fearing the Dentist?
Dental fears are estimated to affect as much as 15 percent of Americans. There are several reasons why you may have developed a dental fear, such as a painful experience in the past or the fear of needing an invasive treatment. Often, the fear is amplified as dental care has been avoided or delayed. As a result, embarrassment is now added into the situation because you have not received routine dental care. In some cases, you may even be afraid of the dental office environment. There are many people who simply do not like the sights, smells, or sounds of a dental office. No matter the cause behind your discomfort, we can help you relax with sedation dentistry.
How Can Sedation Help Me?
At Maxwell Creek Family Dentistry, we understand that not everyone is comfortable visiting the dentist. We know that there are unique circumstances that have led to your discomfort. We strive to make dental care as comfortable as possible, which is why we offer different options for sedation. We will cater the treatment and the use of sedation to your specific needs and anxieties. With the use of sedation, you can relax comfortably while we perform your necessary dental care.
- N2O Sedation: We offer N2O sedation, better known as nitrous oxide. This form of sedative is a gas that is delivered through a nasal mask prior to your procedure. The gas will take effect within minutes, allowing you to overcome your anxiety. After your procedure is complete, the effects of the sedative will wear off quickly. Nitrous oxide is one of the most widely used sedatives because it is effective while producing minimal side effects.
- Oral Sedation: We offer Halcion, an oral sedation that involves a prescribed medication. The pill is taken about an hour before your procedure begins, at which point you will begin to feel drowsy. You will reach a high level of relaxation, so do not be surprised if you doze off for a little bit. However, you can be easily awakened after your dental procedure.
Benefit from Sedation Dentistry
Dr. Guardiola and his dental team understand that everyone has different comfort levels when it comes to dental care. We cater to your comfort level to ensure you are relaxed while visiting the dentist. If you are ready to overcome your dental fears, it is time to contact our office to schedule a consultation.