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How We Help Relieve Your Dental Anxiety

July 12, 2022
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Posted By: Anderson Family Dental

With its rapid pace and overwhelming flow of information, the modern world is full of experiences that trigger anxiety. But according to current research, dental anxiety is one of the most common forms. As many as eight in ten American adults feel at least mild dental anxiety, while 10% to 15% of people feel so much stress that they avoid dental care completely.

At Anderson Family Dental, we empathize with anyone who feels dental anxiety in Winter Park. But we also want you to know that dental care is essential for your overall well-being. So if you worry at the thought of a visit to the dentist, we are here to help.

Our Approach to Dental Care is Friendly and Comfortable

Dr. Bryant Anderson and his team of compassionate professionals take a more relaxed approach to dentistry. We work hard for your visit focuses on care and comfort with treatments in a safe, gentle, and stress-free dental treatment.

This begins with our efforts to earn your trust. We are committed to clear communication and encourage you to discuss your background and feelings towards dental treatment openly. We will always offer you options for care whenever possible, and we won’t initiate any procedures until you’re completely ready.

Sedation Dentistry Options in Winter Park, FL

For patients who require a little more assistance to overcome their dental anxiety, we can go even further than our compassionate approach and offer some forms of sedation dentistry. For example, we may offer inhaled sedation provided by nitrous oxide or a little more enhanced orally conscious sedation.

The advantages of these options are numerous, among them being:

  • Taking the edge off treatment
  • Helping you feel detached, so treatment feels less intense
  • Safety as your dentist monitors you while under sedation
  • Few if any side effects

We Help Solve Dental Anxiety in Winter Park, FL

If you’ve avoided dental care in the past due to the stress it causes, we encourage you to consider dental sedation at Andersen Family Dental. Whether you choose the mild effects of nitrous oxide or oral sedation, we have what you need to feel safe and relaxed during your dental appointment.

We encourage you to learn more by giving us a call and arranging an appointment today.

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