sleep dentistry Anytown

Are you or a family member uneasy about going to the dentist? Has a past experience with pain or discomfort caused you to start panicking when you think about having your teeth worked on? Have you neglected going to the dentist and fear the amount of work that might need to be performed?

If your past or current situation is causing a lot of uneasiness, there are options available to reduce your fear and reduce (or completely eliminate) your pain with the needed procedures. Oral sedation (sometimes called sleep dentistry) has helped countless Salt Lake City dental patients calmly undergo dental treatment. It is not an experimental procedure but has been used safely in various forms since the 1800s.

To discuss sleep dentistry, call Cornertown Dentistry at 801.938.3466 to schedule a no-pressure consultation. Doctor Johnson will explain your sedation options and answer any questions. If you choose sedation, Doctor Johnson will refer you to a specialist if needed (depending on the type of sedation used).

It is critical to understand the difference between topical analgesics and sedation which are used both alone and simultaneously. Analgesics help numb the gums and nerves connected with your teeth so you don’t feel the pain. Sedation medications influence the nervous system and bring a feeling of peace and relaxation. You may choose to be minimally sedated, where you are peaceful but still awake, or decide on general anesthesia which renders you completely unconscious. Together, these two solutions dramatically improve the treatment experience for patients suffering from dental anxiety, a very common condition.

Regardless of the type and level of sedation you decide to use, Doctor Johnson will proceed with patience and understanding. Oral sedation assists with making your dental visit laid-back so you can treat all of your dental dilemmas and restore your health. Taking care of decay, infections, and other urgent problems brings peace of mind and reduces the risk of further damage including tooth loss.

Cornertown Dentistry in Anytown is passionate about oral health and complete patient satisfaction from the first visit through completion of treatment. We offer premium dental care including cleaning and prevention, restorations and dental surgery.

Contact Cornertown Dentistry:

801.938.3466

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

123 North Main
Anytown, America
84001

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