Oral Conscious Sedation
To assist mild to moderately fearful patients, we offer Oral Conscious Sedation Dentistry, a process that uses oral medications prior to your dental procedure. You’re guided into a safe, sleep-like state of deep relaxation where you won’t experience anxiety, pain or fear.
Oral Conscious Sedation Dentistry is a safe and effective technique that has been used successfully for millions of patients who may have anxiety or phobias, who require extensive procedures, or who simply can’t sit still.
Dr. Robert J. Spennato, of Williamsburg Dental, offers Oral Conscious Sedation Dentistry. He received specialized training and certification from the highly regarded Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation (DOCS). Dr. Spennato is also a recognized authority in the field of cosmetic dentistry, having completed training at the Las Vegas Institute (LVI) of Advanced Dental Studies. It’s an elite certification that puts him among the top 1% of cosmetic dentists in the country.
Through the use of Oral Conscious Sedation, Dr. Spennato can make your dental experience a pleasant one and help you achieve a healthier, more confident smile. Nearly all aspects of general and cosmetic dentistry can be performed with oral conscious sedation, with more procedures accomplished in fewer visits, often saving you both time and money.
Your Comfort is Our Priority
Sedation levels can range from minimal to deep. Patients usually have no memory during or after their dental treatment along with no fear or anxiety. Additionally, our office utilizes the most up-to-date monitoring equipment. Dr. Spennato and his team are trained in CPR and basic life support. There’s nothing left to chance — your comfort, safety and satisfaction are our top priorities.
If you or someone you know have avoided the dentist, you need not wait any longer. Take the first step now to get back the healthy and attractive smile you deserve.
For more information on Oral Conscious Sedation Dentistry call us today at 610-353-2700 to schedule a complimentary consultation. You can also obtain additional information by visiting www.docseducation.org.