Toronto, ON, January 14, 2014 - Millions of people have dental fear or anxiety. If you are among one of them, you probably spend less time in the dental chair and more time dealing with dental issues.
Many people believe at-home oral hygiene care is all they need, but a dental exam can reveal more. Your dentist can notice dental issues such as tooth decay, worn enamel and gum disease. If you don't get annual exams, you run the risk of developing a dental problem. If you have a dental issue, you will need dental treatment to save your oral health, and more importantly, your tooth.
"A dental cleaning and exam makes some people feel uneasy, so imagine what patients feel like when they need to undergo a dental treatment/procedure. There are varying degrees of dental anxiety, and there is one solution for all of them-general sedation," explains Dr. Andrew Syriopoulos, Toronto, ON dentist. "To help relieve a patient's dental fear, three members of our team can assist with dental sedation."
At Danforth Neighbourhood Dental Centre, Toronto dentists, Drs. Gino Gizzarelli, Patricia Lam and Jenn Nguyen, are certified in anesthetic techniques. Dr. Gizzarelli is a certified specialist in dental anesthesia, and Drs. Lam is certified and experienced in administering oral sedation and nitrous oxide. Dr. Nguyen can also administer nitrous oxide.
If you can't overcome your dental anxiety and need something to help you relax, you need to talk to your dentist before the day of your appointment. At that time, you and your dentist can discuss sedation treatment.
A sedative's main purpose is to keep patients in a calm state. There are two kinds of sedatives: intravenous (IV) sedation and inhalation sedation. At Danforth Neighbourhood Dental Centre, you can choose to get your sedation administered through an IV or a special mask. Most patients are awake during treatment, but they don't register it. For deep sedation, you would be in a controlled unconscious state. With certified dentists administering a sedative, you will wonder why you were even worried in the first place. It's a pain-free, stress-free dental experience!
To schedule an appointment with one of the Toronto dentists at Danforth Neighbourhood Dental Centre, call (416) 466-8003. Or patients can submit an online appointment form via the Toronto dentists' website at www.yourfabuloussmile[dot]com.
About Danforth Neighbourhood Dental Centre:
Dr. Andrew Syriopoulos of Danforth Neighbourhood Dental Centre has been providing quality dental care in Toronto for 26 years. Dr. Syriopoulos provides an array of dental procedures for patients, including dental implants and dental veneers, among others. At Danforth Neighbourhood Dental Centre, patients can enjoy a TV in each operatory, an iPod for listening during appointments and free Wi-Fi in the office. With improved features and services, Dr. Syriopoulos maintains the ability to provide his patients with the best care possible at Danforth Neighbourhood Dental Centre. Patients can experience an array of service, including general dentistry, dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, periodontics, Invisalign, prosthodontics and general anesthesia.
Danforth Neighbourhood Dental Centre
643 Danforth Avenue
Toronto, ON M4K 1R2
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