Ask our team about sedation dentistry for your next appointment
- Posted on: May 15 2019
At Wylie Dental Care, we work closely with our patients to ensure every trip to the practice is a positive one. Our professionals provide a variety of treatment options under one roof, from general to cosmetic treatments and restorative care. However, many patients have a fear of visiting the dentist because of past negative experiences or because of pain they may have dealt with while under the care of other providers. Because of this, Dr. Charles L. Wylie and his team welcome patients to ask about sedation dentistry.
Understanding sedation dental care
When patients have anxiety about visiting the dentist, it is important that they speak to their dental care provider about these fears. There is nothing to be ashamed of—many of our patients experience anxiety and nervousness prior to dental appointments, even simple cleanings and examinations. This is why we want our patients to speak openly with our team to find out if sedation is right for them.
Sedation dentistry allows our dental providers to offer one or more methods of sedation that can be used to put patients at ease before and during their dental treatments. With options such as oral conscious sedation, which requires patients to take medication prior to visiting, treatments can be a breeze. Patients can ask about these solutions to ensure that they feel comfortable with our staff providing the care they require. Sedation dentistry provides this calming experience and allows the dentist to offer care that meets and exceeds expectations. By being honest with our providers, we can ensure your treatment goes the way you expect.
Discuss sedation dentistry with the team at Wylie Dental Care today!
If you have concerns with your next dental appointment and want to work with Dr. Charles L. Wylie to obtain treatment, we welcome you to book a consultation visit during which you can discuss your needs for sedation. We welcome patients in the community of Glen Dale, WV to book an appointment by calling (304) 845-2480 and visiting the practice at 1589 Wheeling Avenue.
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