Conquer Your Fear

Living in fear of the dentist?
Now – there is no reason to.

You don’t like visiting the dentist. The very thought of a needle leaves you squeamish and uncomfortable. You avoid the dentist like the plague and will do anything to get out of a visit.

You are not alone. Millions and millions of individuals have a fear of the dentist. There aren’t too many people out there that actually enjoy having a dental treatment done.

If you have ever . . .

  • Avoided the dentist even when you undoubtedly needed some work done
  • Cringed in fear of needles
  • Experienced tooth sensitivity during a procedure
  • Worried about your gag-reflexes at an appointment
  • Shuddered in plain fear

. . . then sedation dentistry is the answer for you. Oral sedation or what is commonly referred to as sleep dentistry can correct years of dental neglect in only a few appointments!

Well – how does it all work?

There are two options; IV sedation or a simple pill.

IV sedation:

This will make sure you’re not bothered by what is going on. There is a good chance, you might not even remember your appointment.

A simple pill:

This will help you relax and will make hours of dental treatments feel like it flew by in a matter of minutes.

Sedation dentistry is exceptionally effective and safe. You are continually monitored and the dentist and/or an additional experienced staff member will be with you during the entire treatment. You experience stress-free dentistry easily, efficiently and safely.

Play-by-play of Sedation Dentistry

Preparation – before your actual appointment

  • The mild sedative will be taken in tablet form just before your appointment. This has a calming and relaxing affect on you.
  • Please arrange to have someone drop you off and pick you up from your appointment. You will not be able to drive.

Appointment day

  • Your treatment won’t begin until you are completely relaxed.
  • If you require further sedation, another pill will be made available.
  • Not only will someone be with you at all times, but your blood pressure and pulse will constantly be observed.


  • Please ensure you have a ride home following your appointment.
  • You will be unable to work for the remainder of the day.
  • You will have little or no memory of your treatment.
  • Ask for assistance when you require it. Basic common sense should prevail.

Conquer Your Fear

You’re not alone – millions of people are afraid of going to the dentist. Now, thanks to sedation dentistry, you can relax and conquer your fear of the dentist. No more discomfort. No more anxiety. No more embarrassment. Just your beautiful new smile.