Years of neglect can be reversed in a few hours.
With Sedation Dentistry, we can complete most
of your dental care during a one-time visit. In
just a few appointments, we can often do extended
treatments such as:
- Whitening yellow or stained teeth
- Replacing crowns or dentures
- Fixing chipped or damaged teeth
- Restoring sore gums to good health
With Sedation Dentistry, you can give yourself
or a member of your family the gift of good dental
health. Dr. Zusin and his staff are caring, supportive,
and experienced in treating sedation patients.
Please call our office to see if you may be a
candidate for the complete comfort of Sedation
Pain-Free (Oral Sedation) Dentistry
Imagine not being afraid to go to the dentist…
Imagine having an
involved dental procedure finished in as little as one appointment…
This is what Sedation Dentistry can do for you!
If you've been putting off dental work for years,
Sedation Dentistry can change your life. You’ll
be able to smile with confidence and chew your food
with out pain.
Oral Sedation Dentistry has been used safely with millions of dental
procedures for over 30 years. Before starting any treatment, we will
review your medical history and explain how Sedation Dentistry can work
for you. We want you to feel good about going forward towards a healthy,
Here’s how Oral Sedation Dentistry works: On the day of your appointment,
you’ll take medication in the form of a pill, and then have a companion
bring you to our dental office. Once you arrive, our experienced clinical
team members will make certain that you're relaxed and completely comfortable.
We’ll monitor you closely while you’re sedated. Many patients
feel NO DISCOMFORT whatsoever during and after treatment, and have little
or no memory of the visit.
Who is a candidate for Oral Sedation Dentistry?
Adults who have…
- A great fear of visiting the dentist
- Had a traumatic dental experience
- Difficulty getting numb
- A bad gag reflex
- Very sensitive teeth
- Limited time to complete their dental care
- Complex dental problems
As well as adults who:
- Hate needles and shots
- Hate noise, smells and tastes associated with dental care
- Are afraid
and embarrassed about their teeth