<b>What is Pain-Free Dentistry?</b>
We do everything that we possibly can to ensure that your child’s visit into the office is as comfortable and pain-free as possible. We offer both local as well as general anesthetic options for kids of all ages. These methods are used for all types of treatments, providing your kids with a better experience while in our office. This can even eliminate the fear and panic that some children experience when visiting a dentist.

<b>Why is Pain-Free Dentistry needed?</b>
One of the main reasons children show fear when visiting the dentist is because of pain. By eliminating this pain, the appointment isn’t as scary and they’re less likely to be anxious before coming in for a visit. Our pain-free approach to dentistry is specific for children. We use kid-friendly terminology as often as possible and provide our patients with safer anesthetic and sedative choices.

<b>What does Pain-Free Dentistry entail?</b>
There are multiple options when it comes to providing a pain-free visit for your child. Some children do best with sedatives that are meant to relax them. Others are fine with local anesthetic that makes the procedures more comfortable. We work with patients and their parents to ensure that their time with us is as calm and comfortable as possible.

<b>What can be expected during a typical Dental appointment?</b>
Your child will be warmly greeted by our staff. They’re seated in one of our dental examination chairs. We will provide them the treatment they need. Any anesthetic or sedative is discussed with the parents or caregivers prior to it being administered. This allows us to know what is best for your child according to what you feel is right for them. We work closely with parents to provide our patients with the care that they need in a relaxed, comfortable environment. Without the pain and discomfort of coming to the dentist, they’re more likely to be comfortable in the office.

If you are interested in learning more about our pain-free approach to dentistry, call us today to schedule an appointment for you and your child to come in.

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