Fear of going to the dentist affects over 150,000 Americans. The fear of pain, embarrassment, a lack of control, and other concerns contribute to dental anxiety. We have a wonderful solution if you dread going to the dentist: sedation dentistry. It’s available right here in Roseville, conveniently located close to Sacramento, Folsom, Granite Bay, Rocklin and Lincoln. Sedation dentistry can literally change the way you view dental work!
Sedation dentistry enables us to literally do years of dental treatment in one or two visits. We can replace dentures or crowns, whiten teeth, fix chipped teeth—just about any dental procedure can be more comfortable with sedation dentistry. Besides being great for dental phobics, patients with very busy schedules can get the dental care they need, easily and quickly, in only one or two visits.
We Dentists Specialize in Sedation Dentistry
Sedation Dentists, Dr. Mai-Ly Ramirez and Dr. Dan Gustavson are specially trained to accommodate busy and/or fearful people. With a small pill, your dental care is accomplished while you are totally relaxed and absolutely comfortable. Our Roseville dental practice is very sensitive to patients with high fear and anxiety. Dental sedation offers you a positive and comfortable experience.
Both Dr. Ramirez and Dr. Gustavson are members of the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation, abbreviated as DOCS.
Dentistry is very high-tech today. Anxiety-free dentistry bridges any gaps between technology and comfort. Once you have experienced sedation dentistry at Fountains Dental Excellence, you’ll never be afraid to go to the dentist again!
Good candidates for Sedation Dentistry are people with:
- Dental avoidance, fear and phobia
- Past traumatic dental experiences
- Past difficulties getting numb during procedures
- A sensitive gag reflex
- Extremely sensitive teeth
- Complicated or multiple dental problems
- Little time to complete necessary dental care
- A fear of needles
- Fear of the noises, smells and tastes associated with dental care
- Embarrassment about their teeth