At O2 Dental Group it is our priority to make sure you receive safe, high-quality dental care in a welcoming environment. Our Wilmington dentists and staff are always kind and gentle, but some patients experience anxiety when faced with any dental visit. We want every patient's visit to be as comfortable as possible!
Quality dental care should not hurt, which is why we provide a variety of sedation dentistry options that our patients can trust. You can relax during your visit here as our team always uses the latest treatment techniques to ensure your peace of mind.
Conscious Oral Sedation
If you suffer from dental anxiety, our Doctors may recommend conscious oral sedation. Anti-anxiety pills are designed to tone down activity in the parts of your brain that cause you to feel nervous or afraid. Remember, if you take oral sedation, you cannot drive after your appointment. Make sure you have a friend or family member pick you up and drive you home following your appointment.
Dental anxiety can prevent many patients from visiting the dentist for checkups and much-needed dental work. If dental appointments make you anxious, our Doctors can administer laughing gas to help you feel more at ease during your visit. At O2 Dental Group of Wilmington, laughing gas is administered using a mask, allowing you to feel more at ease within minutes. If you are feeling anxious about an upcoming treatment, ask about laughing gas. Most of our patients are good candidates for this treatment, including our pediatric dental patients.
Have Questions About Our Sedation Dentistry Options?
If you’ve been delaying treatment because you’re worried about the way it will feel, then sedation dentistry could be an excellent way to overcome your fear.
Treating your smile sooner will reduce the extent of dental work necessary and can help keep the cost of your visits lower over the course of time. Call us today to schedule your sedation dentistry appointment with our Doctors.
We offer cosmetic dentistry solutions to help you mask the appearance of chipped, discolored, cracked and unevenly spaced teeth.