Sedation dentistry is often thought of as a way for patients with dental fears or anxiety to get the treatment they need. While our sedation methods from nitrous oxide, to IV sedation are a great option for patients with dental fear, sedation dentistry is also helpful for patients who are comfortable with the dentist. Dr. James DeFinnis, our Wilkes-Barre dentist will explain how sedation dentistry can benefit patients who do not have time for dental work.
Does Work Prevent You from Getting Dental Care?
Did you know that over 85% of American males and over 66% of American females work over 40 hours per week? As one of the most overworked countries in the world, Americans know a thing or two about being busy. In addition to a workaholic culture, in this economic crisis, many are taking all the hours they can get at work. From our Wilkes-Barre dental office’s vantage point, this means our patients have less time than ever to get the dental care they need.
How a Busy Lifestyle Can Affect Your Dental Health
Putting off dental treatment can only create more time issues in the future. The longer you wait to address dental issues, the more procedures you may need to correct the problem, translating to more time at the dental office. At Back Mountain Dental, we encourage you to consider sedation dentistry as way of preventing your dental issues from worsening.
Multiple Dental Procedures in One Visit
With sedation dentistry, our Wilkes-Barre dentist, Dr. DeFinnis, can perform several dental procedures in one office visit. Sedation dentistry helps you feel relaxed and comfortable no matter how long the dental treatment may take. This allows you to schedule fewer dental appointments to have a variety of issues addressed in one visit.
Compassionate Dental Care in Wilkes-Barre
If your smile is suffering from a heavy workload or a busy lifestyle, contact Back Mountain Dental today for a sedation dentistry consultation with Dr. DeFinnis. Our sedation dentist, Dr. DeFinnis can answer all of your questions – and may ask questions to better understand your situation. Call 570-763-4360 or email Dr. DeFinnis at your convenience.