As your sedation dentist in Plantation, we know that far too many adults avoid visiting the dentist regularly — or at all. They’re nervous they’ll feel uncomfortable, anxious at the sound of the drill… or afraid they’ll be unable to endure even a fast dental treatment. That’s why we, the team at Sleep Dentists, are so passionate about our work. We know sedation dentistry helps all Plantation residents receive the dental care they need, and that couldn’t be more important for our community’s overall health. Keep reading to learn how you can benefit from the practice in 2016 — especially if it’s been awhile since your last appointment.
Relax your way to healthier teeth
Your smile is too important to neglect. Fortunately, you really can relax your way to healthier teeth, right here in Plantation!
Why sleep dentistry
We’ll always welcome you with open arms here at Sleep Dentists. We know that life is too short to live with dental fear, but it’s also too long to live with decayed teeth or infected gums. Sleep dentistry allows you to receive the dental care you so desperately need, helping you maintain your healthy smile for a lifetime. Whether it’s a routine cleaning and checkup you need, or something a little more involved, like a filling or extraction, we’ve got you covered with options in sedation.
There are many benefits of sleep dentistry, especially for those who haven’t been to the dentist in years and years. Some of them include:
- Treatments you’ve needed for a long time can be performed all in one visit, while you’re comfortably asleep. That could save you a considerable amount of time, anxiety and money in the long run.
- You can greatly reduce pre-appointment jitters with the knowledge that you’ll be asleep during your cleaning and checkup.
- Enjoy better self-confidence knowing your smile is completely healthy.
- Increased oral and overall health as a result of regular dental care.
We can’t wait to serve you with comfortable care
Drs. Weiss, Waldee, Hohimer and Landa are absolutely passionate about helping patients manage or even overcome their dental fear and anxiety with sleep dentistry. Patients who are dealing with physical limitations, like mobility issues or other conditions which may make it difficult to sit in the dental chair, can also benefit from sleep dentistry.
If the idea of regular dental care has always plagued you, or if you know your oral health is suffering as a result of some other factor, please don’t wait to get in touch with the Sleep Dentists in Plantation!