If you’ve been hiding your smile, putting up with pain, or putting off going to the dentist because you’re too busy or anxious to go, your life is about to change! New and safe oral sedation techniques mean you can have years of dental treatments done quickly, with little or no discomfort from a sedation dentist.
Once you’ve experienced sedation dentistry with Dr. Turner, you’ll never be afraid to go to the dentist again.
You’ll be sedated just enough to be unaware of the treatment, as if you were snoozing. You’ll wake up refreshed, with little or no memory of what was accomplished.
Because you are completely comfortable, we can do years of dental treatments in one or two visits. We can replace crowns or dentures, restore sore gums to good health, whiten yellow or stained teeth, fix a chipped tooth, and more. People with very busy schedules can get the dental care they need, easily and quickly.
Imagine being able to smile with confidence and chew your food without pain. No wonder so many patients say: “Sedation dentistry changed my life.”
How Does Sedation Dentistry Work?
You are given a small pill to take an hour prior to your dental appointment. Your companion will accompany you to the office. By the time you arrive, you will be very drowsy.
When you arrive in our office, you will be escorted to your room. After you are comfortable, Dr. Turner and the experienced clinical team will take care of your dental needs.
When your treatment is completed, your companion will return you home to finish your comfortable, relaxing day.
It Really Works! You really can snooze through your dental appointment.
It is Painless! You take a small pill prior to treatment.
People who have difficulty getting numb will find that sedation dentistry eliminates this problem.
Is Sedation Dentistry Right For You?
Sedation dentistry is perfect for people who . . .
- have high fear
- have had traumatic dental experiences
- have difficulty getting numb
- have a bad gag reflex
- have very sensitive teeth
- have complex dental problems
- have limited time to complete dental care
- hate needles and shots!
- hate the noises, smells and tastes associated with dental care
- are afraid or embarrassed about their teeth