Painless Dental Treatment

Can Dental Treatments Be Pain-Free?

 

 Most people don’t have a problem with going to the dentist, but they do dread the idea of having their teeth cleaned. While dental care is quite common, many people have had unpleasant experiences in the past and are understandably reluctant to go back.

If you’re wondering what helps with dental anxiety, it may be worth considering an option called ‘pain-free dentistry’. It’s not as painful as some traditional dental treatments – and it’s definitely a lot more comfortable. It’s true that dentistry really has come a long way over recent years, and there are many dental procedures that are relatively painless.

 

Dental Sedation

 

We specialize in dental sedation! If you have a fear of dental treatment, we are able to provide IV sedation for a safe and pain-free dental experience. Using IV sedation also makes it much easier and straight-forward if you require multiple dental procedures in one appointment.

In general, the best dentistry is not painful, and the most common dentistry is the best because it is painless. It is the kind of dentistry that allows us to get a lot done with a minimal amount of inconvenience.

If you’re wondering what helps with dental anxiety, it may be worth considering an option called ‘pain-free dentistry’. It’s not as painful as some traditional dental treatments – and it’s definitely a lot more comfortable. It’s true that dentistry really has come a long way over recent years, and there are many dental procedures that are relatively painless.

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Because of the nature of dental procedures, patients may believe that no dental treatment can be painless. However, thanks to recent advances in dentistry, dentists can now provide their patients with a pain-free and less traumatic experience.

How can I get pain free from tooth extraction?

To assist in pain management, you may also be given postoperative self-care recommendations, such as:
  1. put an ice pack on your cheek.
  2. rest.
  3. prop your head up with a pillow when lying down.
  4. eat soft, cool foods.
  5. rinse your mouth with saltwater starting 1 day after the surgery.
  6. use warm compresses.

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Your dentist may prescribe anti-anxiety drugs, that you can take one hour before a scheduled dental visit. Your dentist may also recommend conscious sedation, such as nitrous oxide (or “laughing gas”), which can help calm nerves.

What is sedation like?

Sedation effects may vary to some extent from person to person, but most people feel drowsy and relaxed within a couple of minutes. The patient may feel a tingling sensation and heaviness, especially in the arms and legs.

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Why choose Oral Rehabilitation Center?

It is not our extensive experience and qualifications that is the highlight of our offerings, but our approach towards our patients and colleagues. We assure you completely honest, patient centric evidence-based treatment approach. All steps of treatment will be discussed and agreed upon. Our founding team consists of Supriya Ebenezer and Vinay V Kumar.

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Welcome to pain free dentistry for you and your family. Our reason for being here “To Provide The Highest Standards Of Care And Service To Improve The Life Of The People We Interact With.”

We’re here to help you overcome your fear of going to the dentist. You’ll be treated by friendly dentists who understand how important your oral health is to your overall well-being.