3201 Rogers Avenue, Suite 201
Ellicott City, MD 21043
Budd, Cheryl D.D.S.
489 Main St # 201
Prince Frederick, MD, 20678-3188
Weber, Michael H D.D.S.
11125 Rockville Pike # 103
Rockville, MD, 20852-3142
Louis H Berman D.D.S.
201 West St
Annapolis, MD, 21401-3447
Ro, Alvin D.D.S.
198 Thomas Johnson Dr # 11
Frederick, MD, 21702-4455
If you are afraid to go to the dentist, relax! Sedation dentistry and a trained sedation dentist can change your life for the better with a light sedative!
You can have the beautiful smile and the good dental health you've always wanted with sedation dentistry. Ask your dentist about more benefits of conscious sedation.
Imagine being able to smile with confidence and chew your food without pain. A sedation dentist and conscious sedation dentistry makes it possible to be totally relaxed during your dental treatment.
You won't feel any discomfort and likely won't remember the treatment itself. Because you'll be completely comfortable, your sedation dentist can do many dental care procedures during the same visit, including:
Best of all, you'll probably only need one or two appointments with a dentist using sedation dentistry. So in hours you can start enjoying the confidence that comes with a bright new smile and good dental health.
Plus sedation dentistry is safe. Before your sedation dentist begins work, he or she will thoroughly review your medical history, and then monitor you closely during your conscious sedation dental treatment.
It's called sedation dentistry (performed by a specially trained dentist called a sedation dentist), and it may well be the greatest advance ever made towards truly comfortable and anxiety free dentistry procedures.
For a lot of people, the unpleasantness of a dental appointment isn't so much fear as it is stress from that "in-your-face" aspect of the procedure.
We all have our own sense of personal space. And when hands and tools enter the mouth, as they must, the feeling can get downright claustrophobic. Fortunately, there's an antidote to this problem, anxiety-free dentistry!
After an initial consultation with a sedation dentist you'll take a medication just before your next visit. You'll need a friend to help transport you to and from the office safely.
When you arrive for your appointment you'll be awake, but drowsy. Most important, you'll be relaxed and anxiety free. While you're in the chair, the sedation dentist and team monitors you closely. You won't be unconscious, you'll just enjoy a soothing mental and emotional "distance" from the goings on.
Next thing you'll know, your dentist is telling you the procedure is complete and it is time to go home - thanks to anxiety-free dentistry.