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Oral Conscious Sedation In Glendale, AZ

Oral Conscious SedationSome people experience severe anxiety when undergoing dental treatment. With oral conscious sedation, it is possible to relax during dental procedures instead of being tense and fearful. Oral sedation dentistry, relaxation dentistry, conscious sedation, and anxiety-free dentistry are all terms used to describe this type of treatment. In addition to alleviating anxiety, oral conscious sedation can help patients with a variety of conditions.

You may want to consider oral conscious sedation if you have any of the following issues:

  • Strong gag reflex
  • Fear of needles
  • Sensitive teeth
  • Fear and anxiety associated with dental treatment
  • Difficulty getting numb
  • A history of negative dental experiences
  • Trouble controlling body movement due to Parkinson’s disease, Cerebral Palsy, or a related condition
  • Need of extensive dental treatment requiring lengthy dental visits

If you have avoided dental treatment due to any of these factors, give us a call at 480-800-8078. We can give you more information about sedation options and help you determine which one is right for you. At On Call Urgent Dental Care – Emergency Dentistry, we do all we can to make your visit as comfortable as possible. We look forward to discussing your oral health and dental goals.

Dr. Brian Harris
On Call Urgent Dental Care – Emergency Dentistry
5940 W Union Hills Dr, Ste F-110
Glendale, AZ 85308
480-800-8078

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Oral Conscious Sedation In Glendale, AZ

Oral Conscious SedationSome people experience severe anxiety when undergoing dental treatment. With oral conscious sedation, it is possible to relax during dental procedures instead of being tense and fearful. Oral sedation dentistry, relaxation dentistry, conscious sedation, and anxiety-free dentistry are all terms used to describe this type of treatment. In addition to alleviating anxiety, oral conscious sedation can help patients with a variety of conditions.

You may want to consider oral conscious sedation if you have any of the following issues:

If you have avoided dental treatment due to any of these factors, give us a call at 480-800-8078. We can give you more information about sedation options and help you determine which one is right for you. At On Call Urgent Dental Care – Emergency Dentistry, we do all we can to make your visit as comfortable as possible. We look forward to discussing your oral health and dental goals.

Dr. Brian Harris
On Call Urgent Dental Care – Emergency Dentistry
5940 W Union Hills Dr, Ste F-110
Glendale, AZ 85308
480-800-8078

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