Dental Health Partners

Reclaim Your Oral Health with Sedation Dentistry

May 26, 2020
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Posted By: Dental Health Partners

At Dental Health Partners, we understand how paralyzing dental phobia and anxiety can be. These issues produce extreme stress in the sufferer and may even prevent people from getting the dental care they need. Our team understands these issues, but we also never want stress or anxiety to prevent you from getting excellent dental care.

Lack of good dental care leads to cavities, periodontal disease, tooth loss, and can even affect your overall wellness.

Fortunately, your sedation dentist in Mitchell, SD offers solutions to help you feel at ease in the dental chair and get the oral health services you need. 

Sedation Dentistry and Other Solutions

Our dental care team is the gentlest around, and we work hard to make each patient feel relaxed before beginning treatment. These measures include answering questions and explaining treatment. It may mean giving you time to acclimate to the dental chair. We always encourage you to tell us what you need to feel more at ease.

If you need a little extra reassurance, we offer nitrous oxide. This is a safe gas delivered through a nose mask—ideal for children and adults. It produces feelings of comfort and ease, but it wears off the moment your procedure is over, and we remove the mask. This means you can drive yourself home.

As part of our anti-anxiety dentistry in Mitchell, SD, we also offer oral sedation. This means you take a pill prior to arriving at our dental office. This level of sedation also means you will need a ride to and from your appointment, and you should not make important decisions on the day of treatment. With oral sedation, you may respond to commands from your dentist, but you likely will not remember your treatment.

Contact Us for Anti-Anxiety Dentistry in Mitchell

We are here to help you get the dentistry you need without the stress.

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