Sedation Dentistry in Miami FL | How Can I Relax at The Dentist?
How Can I Relax at The Dentist?
Does the thought of going to the dentist fill you with fear and anxiety? Would you rather suffer through a toothache than even go near a dentist’s office? If this sounds like you, you are not alone. More than 75% of all Americans experience some form of dental anxiety and around 8% avoid the dentist altogether out of fear. As a result, a vicious and detrimental cycle begins: you avoid regular checkups, a dental health problem strikes, the health issue worsens without simple treatment, invasive treatment becomes necessary, and your anxiety increases. But don’t worry, there is a way to break this cycle. You can say goodbye to dental anxiety and finally receive the dental care you need with sedation dentistry in Miami FL. Keep reading to learn more.
Say Goodbye to Dental Anxiety with Sedation Dentistry in Miami FL
Sedation dentistry is the use of medications to help patients undergo dental procedures in a calm and relaxed state. There are various levels and types of sedation dentistry, including nitrous oxide sedation, oral conscious sedation, and IV conscious sedation, each with their own set of benefits. However, no matter which specific type of sedation dentistry is used, you will experience the benefit of saying goodbye to your dental anxiety and/or phobia.
Are you interested in scheduling a consultation, learning more about sedation dentistry in Miami FL, or figuring out which type of sedation is right for you? Then make sure to contact Dr. Ramon Bana and his friendly staff at Miami Sedation and Cosmetic Dentistry today!
About Ramon Bana, DDS
Dr. Bana’s patients describe him as down-to-earth, professional and full of heart. He is talented and strives to make each patient leave the office feeling better than when they arrived. Patient comfort is his top priority, and patients say they feel like extended family. He is dedicated to his practice, patients and team – and it shows. Dr. Bana loves coming to work because his work changes people for the better. Patients leave his care healthier, happier and with brighter smiles.