Painless, IV sedation dentistry, also known as "Sleep Dentistry" is what our patients expect. Having it any other way would almost for sure reduce their level of health. The Northwood Dental team strives to eliminate every obstacle that might discourage the building of positive dental care habits.
Visiting the dentist on a regular basis should be a welcome event rather than a less than positive experience. Dental office visits might be avoidable for a short time, but a continued absence has disadvantages you probably understand all too well.
Staying away can dramatically impact your dental and overall health, end your dental care sabbatical, and stop health decline. We can make dental visits a positive routine, Northwood Dental has put together a total comfort setting for our patients.
Sedation is a vital element in creating this level of anxiety-free, comfort and making dental treatment painless. Another way we hope to address the concerns and overcome any fears still associated with dentistry is to alleviate them with comprehensive communication.
Review this web presentation to find out how sedation dentistry has helped our patients take back health and boost confidence.
Sedation dentistry is the most common method used in the U.S. to calm patients and improve the treatment experience. The simplicity is a tremendous leap ahead in convenience and stress relief. What's more, the medications achieve such a high level of distraction and comfort that most patients barely remember their treatment, as if they were sleeping during their visit.
Dr. Brian Klym uses oral sedatives that maintain a level of consciousness for your safety. You are awake, which means you can cooperate during your treatment.
For sedation comfort and restorative and cosmetic dentistry results, contact our Northwood Dental office here in Traverse City, Michigan. Email or Call (231) 947-7202
Find out below what dental treatment could benefit from sedation or click the following links for more information.
Sedation Dentistry Testimonials
Dental Treatments Utilizing Sedation
- Complex Smile Makeovers
- Dental Implant Placement (More on Implants)
- Wisdom Teeth Removal
- Abscessed /Impacted Teeth
- Reconstructive Surgery (Jaw, Facial, Bone)
- Temporomandibular Jaw Joint (TMJ) Dysfunction/Disorder
- Routine Oral Surgery (bone, gum, tooth extractions, etc.)
- Complex or Multiple Root Canals (More on Root Canals) Note: most root therapy actually does not require oral sedation
- Other routine dental care can be performed with sedation; just ask a Northwood Dental team member.