You’re in the Best Hands with Dr. Ann and Her Caring Staff
It is a fact that nearly everyone experiences a certain level of anxiety when visiting the dentist. We get it, and that is why we have developed methods to calm anxiety and to make dental procedures feel comfortable, and free from pain.
First and foremost, when you visit our office, you are treated with the utmost care, respect, and attention. Knowing that you are treated by caring and attentive professionals who make you feel comfortable is the foundation for minimizing anxiety.
Secondly, each person experiences a different level of anxiety at the dentist for different reasons. We invite you to talk to us about your concerns so we can formulate a plan to address your needs in a way that is right for you.
When you receive treatment at our office, the first thing you’ll notice is a relaxed environment. You’re not just a patient, rather you are an individual who is deserving of the best customized care available.
Our spotless and beautifully decorated office provides a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. While in the reception room, some people enjoy a delicious cup of coffee, a relaxing cup of tea, or a refreshing bottle of cold water while browsing a great selection of reading materials.
We have free high-speed wi-fi so you can enjoy your smartphone or tablet. And in the treatment rooms we have television monitors so you can cue up a movie or show on Netflix. If you prefer, we have headphones so you can enjoy your favorite music while receiving your treatment.
Put on tinted glasses to cover your eyes if you prefer, and just relax knowing that you are in the hands of professionals who care about providing you a comfortable and enjoyable experience.
We have a multitude of options to control pain. We can give a mild sedative upon your arrival. We administer Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas) to enhance your relaxation. We use a topical medication to numb the area of the mouth where you will receive the treatment. And we use a local anesthetic to fully numb the teeth in the area of the mouth where we will be working.
Is a method employed when a patient wants to be fully sedated in a sleep-like state during the procedure. There is also a sedation level referred to as Conscious Sedation. We welcome whatever level of pain management is right for you. We put your comfort as our top priority, so you can get professional results, and have no hesitation to return to our office for our outstanding care in subsequent visits.