Nervous Patients Exeter
At Inspired Dental Care we believe everyone deserves high quality, caring dental treatment and that fear should not be a barrier.
Our team is here to support you and help you overcome nerves and anxiety and will go the extra mile to make your visit a relaxed and positive experience.
We take the time to listen to your concerns and thoroughly explain everything involved throughout your visit.
We have invested in training and equipment that allows even those who are wary of visiting the dentist to be made comfortable enough to receive our treatments.
Dental Sedation Exeter
Many of our patients find the calm, relaxing atmosphere of our practice and the caring approach of our team to be enough to help them relax when visiting us.
However, if you still find the idea of dental treatment nerve-wracking or unsettling, we are happy to offer you dental sedation to help you put your fears aside. Our dedicated team is fully trained to deliver the sedation needs of our patients allowing even the most anxious patients to overcome their fears and benefit of improved dental health.
All dental procedures from the basic scale and polish to, advanced periodontal (gum) treatments, fillings, veneers, crowns and dental implants.
Book an initial free consultation and visit our practice to discuss your fears and concerns in person, answer any questions you may have and asses your suitability for dental sedation, before deciding if it is the best solution for you.
If you’re nervous of visiting the dentist;
If you have had previous traumatic experiences with dentists or dental treatments;
If you have difficulty becoming numb and are anxious about pain;
If you have severe gag reflex;
If you have difficulty controlling movements, for example those with Parkinson’s Disease or Cerebral Palsy;
If you have phobia of injections.
Dental sedation is completely safe and can help to calm and relax you. It can also reduce the fatigue associated with comprehensive dental treatments, which can require longer visits.
It may be the answer if you are reluctant to change the appearance of your smile because you are afraid or anxious about undergoing long or complicated dental procedures while totally awake.