Walking through the door of our dental office in Houston Texas could be scary to some patients. You don’t have to be scared visiting a dentist anymore, because we have good news for you.
When it comes to preparing for your dental treatments and procedures at Hyatt Dental, there are a number of calming techniques you can implement to minimize your dental anxiety and bring about a more relaxed and comfortable experience. And if you can’t deal with the situation, we have sedatives that can help you out.
Discuss Your Fears and Schedule an Early Appointment
If you will be undergoing a dental procedure such as a wisdom tooth removal or a tooth extraction, you can contact our staff ahead of time so that we can make your visit more comfortable. If you prefer an early morning appointment, we can also schedule an appointment for you.
Listen to Music or an Audiobook.
You can ask our staff any questions bothering you during your appointment. You can also listen to cool music or audiobook while sitting down.
Squeeze a Stress Ball.
You can bring in a stress ball and squeeze it any time you feel anxious while you are in the chair.
Patients having dental anxiety come into our office and get scared of the treatment they will receive. Be rest assured that we won’t deliver a painful treatment.
Sedation Dentistry Options
At Hyatt Dental we have a few sedation dentistry options to help you feel relaxed and comfortable in the chair.
Oral Conscious Sedation consists of a few pills that are used before your appointment, this will relieve you before you get to our office, so you would be able to answer questions from our dentist effectively.
IV Sedation is sedation administered through the arm in an IV. It has similar properties and effects like oral conscious sedation, but has the added bonus of the patient being unable to recall the procedure or treatment.
Contact Us about Your Dental Fears.
If you’ve been having dental anxiety, do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
MEET THE PRACTICE
Hyatt Dental provides comprehensive dental care at their Houston practice. To learn more about preventing tooth sensitivity or to schedule an appointment, feel free to contact us today!
Call- (832) 232-5353