Afraid of the Dentist? Sedation Dentistry is a Relaxing Alternative to Dental Care
Don’t let fear keep you from having the smile you’ve always wanted. Unfortunately, many who need vital dental care and treatment avoid going to the dentist due to fear and anxiety. This fear may be an actual dental phobia, or it may be annoyance at the noises or smells of a typical dental office that prevent a nervous patient from making an appointment.
At Dr. Kirk Johnson’s Anchorage dental office, we specialize in sedation dentistry—an increasingly popular, calming method to help ease our patient’s anxiety, and provide them the relaxation and tranquility they need. Sedation dentistry is used to provide an anxiety-free experience to those who don’t feel comfortable at the dentist.
A variety of sedation options for Anchorage dental patients
We know how fear can prevent care from being received and we want to help you overcome that fear and anxiety. Through anesthetics, nitrous oxide, and other dental oral sedatives, you can remain calm while getting the most out of your visit. Make an appointment, and highly trained and experienced sedation dentist Dr. Kirk Johnson will discuss the different sedation options with you. With his guidance and care, the option you choose will be sure to create a positive dental experience for you from now on.
If you experience severe anxiety when going to the dentist, Sedation Dentistry may be right for you. Call the office of Anchorage sedation dentist Dr. Kirk Johnson today to discover how relaxing a trip to the dentist really can be!
For a full list of dental services that Dr. Johnson provides along with dental sedation, please visit our main Anchorage dentistry website today and let us help keep your smile brilliant!
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Alaska sedation dentist Dr. Kirk Johnson, has been using oral sedation dentistry and dental sedation techniques for more than 15 years.