A RELAXING ENVIRONMENT
Often, the calm, relaxing atmosphere of our clinic and the attention of our caring staff members is enough to put our clients at ease.
However, if you still find the idea of dental treatment nerve-wracking or unsettling, we can provide dental sedation to help you put your fears aside. Our dedicated team have years of experience behind them and are fully trained to deliver the sedation needs of our clients.
You will feel completely calm and comfortable, enabling dental treatment to be completed and the results you want for your smile to be delivered without stress or anxiety. Dental sedation will allow clients to associate visits to Ollie & Darsh with a feeling of tranquillity rather than dread. This means that crucial reservations are not missed due to phobias, allowing even the most nervous of clients to overcome their fears and enjoy improved dental health.
What treatments can I have done with dental sedation?
Hygiene (scale and polish), advanced periodontal (gum) treatment, composite (white) fillings, veneers, crowns and implants
How do I get started with dental sedation?
Book an initial free consultation and visit our clinic to discuss your fears and concerns in person, answer any questions you may have and asses your suitability for dental sedation, before deciding if it is the best solution for you.
What are the benefits of dental sedation?
Dental sedation is completely safe and can help to calm and relax you. It can also reduce the fatigue associated with extended dental treatments, which can require longer visits.
The numbing process is also likely to be more effective in calm clients and when you’re relaxed it will take less time for our clinicians to perform treatment, meaning less time in the chair for you.
To find out more about dental sedation book a reservationonline now or call 0151 65 910 65.
Who is a good candidate for dental sedation?
If the following apply to you, you may be a good candidate for dental sedation:
- You’re nervous of visiting the dentist
- You’re nervous about completing a particular procedure
- You have had previous traumatic experiences with dentists or dental treatments
- You have difficulty becoming numb and are anxious about pain
- You have difficulty controlling movements, for example those with Parkinson’s Disease or Cerebral Palsy
- You are fearful of a specific procedure (for example needles or extraction)
- You have a fear of injections
- If nerves or fear are likely to impact on the quality or duration of treatment