If you are a nervous patient rest assured that we will only move forward at a pace that you are happy with. We also offer conscious sedation to make your time during treatment pass by with as little discomfort as possible.
As soon as you come in for your initial consultation, we make sure that you are well-informed of all the benefits, options, and alternatives of the dental treatment/s that will be carried out. Acorn Dental Care will guide you every step of the way, until your treatment/s are finished to a high standard.
We have modern dental equipment and the latest digital technology to aid us in providing you with a comfortable and positive experience in the dental chair. Your comfort is paramount so please feel free to ask about the technology we use.
Dental phobia or the fear of dentists can prevent a person from seeking, or getting, the proper dental health care he or she deserves. There are countless people who forego regular dental checkups, or even the necessary dental treatments, because of their great fear of dentists. Intravenous sedation can help people with their dental anxiety, so they can get the dental treatments they need without having a traumatic experience.
There is no need to endure a traumatic experience when getting a dental treatment done. Those who have a fear of dentists can turn to intravenous sedation to help them feel calm, and relaxed, before and during the necessary dental treatment; afterwards, the patient will not be able to remember any of the unpleasant or uncomfortable parts of the treatment. Dental sedation, however, does not leave a patient unconscious throughout the duration of the procedure – the patient will still be able to understand the dentist and follow instructions.
Intravenous sedation is a completely safe technique which brings patient comfort to unparalleled levels. Acorn Dental dentists use a sedative which makes patients snooze throughout the duration of the dental treatment. Patients describe the experience as seeming to be asleep, even though they are technically not asleep, and can still respond to the dentist’s commands and communicate freely. Patients who undergo intravenous sedation will not remember any unpleasantness or discomfort about the whole procedure, and may not even remember the sounds or smells associated with the dental treatment. Dr Sehra has over 20 years experience in providing IV sedation and attends courses regularly to keep himself updated and provide the best care for his patients.
Dental sedation or intravenous sedation is recommended for the following individuals:
We can deal with your emergency dental problem. 7 days a week from 8am-8pm