Relax… That’s What Our Patients Do
Millions of Canadians anticipate dental appointments with such great anxiety or fear that they avoid them. It doesn’t have to be that way. We can help. Our anaesthesia services alleviate tension. Our patients are extremely relaxed during their treatment.
Restore Confidence And Self-Esteem
Many people avoid the dentist for several years, often losing self-confidence, even to the extent that they cover their mouths while talking. We have a solution. While our patients sleep, the dentistry performed can restore their confidence and smile.
Save Time And Expenses
Busy schedules involving work and family commitments often prolong the number of visits and delay the completion of treatment. Our approach is different. Here, substantial procedures can be achieved in one session saving patients and their families valuable time and expenses.
Convenient And Efficient Dental Treatment
Extensive dental treatment that usually extends over several months, can be completed in one appointment. Procedures such as implants, crowns, bridges, root canals, extractions and periodontal therapy can be accomplished in comprehensive sessions – all while the patient has been placed into a condition of total relaxation. Our team of specialists collaborate to optimize the dental care of our patients.
We aim for the safest, most predictable form of anaesthesia. Thus, we primarily utilize intravenous (I.V.) sedation or general anaesthesia for the following advantages:
- Provides the patient with the most precise dose.
- Acts faster and more reliably, producing desired results.
- Effects of I.V. medications can be easily and immediately fine-tuned for a lighter or deeper sedation, depending on a patient’s specific needs.
- Our I.V. medications are very short-acting, have minimal side effects and promote a quick recovery.
Gentle, Comfortable Experience
Our anaesthetics allow patients who previously avoided dental care the ability to receive their treatment in a very gentle, comfortable manner.
Overcome Gag Reflex / “Freezing” Difficulty / Allergy
For some patients, a significant gag reflex can interfere with the provision of dental treatment. In other instances, a patient’s unique oral anatomy can interfere with the adequate numbness usually obtained by local anaesthetics. An adverse reaction or a true allergy to a local anaesthetic may present challenges too. Our services can overcome these issues, enabling the necessary treatment to be completed.