Have you found yourself avoiding the dentist despite oral health issues such as dental caries or cracked teeth?
Are you looking to improve your smile with dental treatment including dental implants and All on 4 implants, but you are simply too anxious about the procedure or fear it may be painful?
You may be suffering from dental anxiety or dental phobia, in which case dental sedation or sleep dentistry provided by IV sedation could be an excellent solution.
When you continue to ignore small health issues like fissures or sensitivity of the teeth, the problem could worsen, leading to even more pronounced dental anxiety and a more invasive dental procedure and expense.
Dental anxieties are unfortunately all too common. Dental anxiety can be associated with the dental clinic setting or specific triggers like needles or drills.
There are various reasons why these kinds of anxieties develop, including previous negative experiences with a dentist, extreme sensitivity, or resistance to local anaesthetics.
Luckily, Sydney Dental Aesthetics & Implants (SDAI) in Martin Place, Sydney CBD have a highly experienced and qualified sedationist conveniently onsite. Dr Melissa Licenblat has been performing dental sedation for decades and is well known for her caring and professional manner, Dr Mel will make you feel at ease from the beginning.
Dental sedation helps to keep patients calm for the duration of their dental treatments so they can get the necessary work completed quickly and efficiently and without enduring the anxiety or discomforts of the past.
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Your expert sedationist-Dr Melissa Licenblat
Dr. Melissa Licenblat is a Principal dentist at Sydney Dental Aesthetics & Implants in Martin Place and has also attained a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Conscious Sedation and Pain Control) and is now primarily a practicing Sedationist.
Read more here on Dr Melissa Licenblats profile
Who could benefit from dental sedation?
Anyone in good health can be a candidate for dental sedation, but it is an especially effective solution for patients who experience the following:
- Phobia of dental procedures
- Difficulty getting numb
- Sensitive teeth
- Complex dental issues
- Resistance to local anaesthetic
- A small mouth that aches during dental work
- General anxiety disorder
- Gag reflex
What procedures can I have done with dental sedation?
The most common procedures performed under dental sedation/ sleep dentistry are:
Wisdom teeth Removal
All on 4
However, any dental procedure can be performed using dental sedation.
Read more on what to expect during dental sedation
Onsite dental sedation at SDAI
For the convenience of our patients we are delighted to be able to offer dental sedation in our own practice and administered by our own sedationist, Dr Melissa Licenblat.
No need to go to hospital, we can look after everything for you at SDAI.