Sedation Dentistry Makes Visits Easy
AUGUST SPECIAL: FREE SEDATION– For a limited time, we’re pleased to offer free sedation to all new patients. Some restrictions apply…please call our office for more information and mention “Free Sedation Offer,” (303) 993-1454.
Do you feel anxious about booking a dental appointment, maybe even a cleaning… or are you downright afraid of the dentist? Do you have trouble tolerating dental treatment, because of a severe gag reflex or a physical disability? Would you like to have a number of dental procedures and/or surgery performed in just one visit? Do you need your wisdom teeth or other teeth extracted? Do you have a dental emergency and need to get into a dental office today?
Did you know there’s an easy answer for all these dental situations and more…sedation dentistry at Meadows Dental!
Located in Lone Tree, Colorado (near Highlands Ranch), we offer three types of sedation dentistry:
•Laughing gas / nitrous oxide (can even help with dental cleanings and exams)
•Conscious sedation / oral sedation / sleep dentistry (take a pill and drift to “sleep” through your dental appointments)
•IV sedation dentistry (full-scale anesthesia, administered by a specialist)
Not many other dental practices in the Denver metro area, Front Range, or even across Colorado, offer all three types of sedation dentistry and are experienced at administering them. We’re one of the top dental practices in the state when it comes to sedation dentistry and treating patients who are scared of the dentist. Our patients love us…and we were awarded “Top Dentist” by 5280 Magazine!
We would love to meet you…to help you get out of pain…to regain your dental health…and to have you smiling broadly again!
To schedule an appointment, please call our office (303) 993-1454 or e-mail email@example.com.
Please note: Our dental office is located just west of Park Meadows Mall, near C-470 and Quebec, in Lone Tree, Colorado. Our dental office is handicapped accessible. We’re close to the following areas: Denver, Aurora, Englewood, Littleton, Highlands Ranch, Inverness, Denver Tech Center (DTC), Meridian, Parker, and Centennial.
More About Sedation Dentistry And Our Dental Office – August 2015
Questions About Sedation Dentistry: If you have any questions about any type of sedation dentistry and how it might help with dental anxiety, please call our office. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have and/or schedule a free consultation with Dr. O’Leary or Dr. Peppler, who are both experienced sedation dentists
We Welcome New Patients: We welcome new patients to our practice, and we specialize in treating patients who are afraid of the dentist and/or anxious about a dental visit.
Free Consult: We’re happy to offer a free consult to go over the different sedation options, to help you choose the one that’s right for you, that will help you relax enough to be able to tolerate dental treatment. Just call our office to schedule your free sedation dentistry consult.
IV Sedation: We have a team of dental professionals who are accustomed to administering IV sedation for complex dental treatments, including extractions and root canals.
Oral Sedation: Also known as “sleep dentistry” and “conscious sedation,” oral sedation can allow you to receive dental treatment while you’re awake, but relaxed and less aware of your surroundings.
Strong Gag Reflex: If you have a strong gag reflex which makes it difficult to visit the dentist, sedation dentistry can help!
Common Dental Emergencies: The most common dental emergencies are cracked tooth, abscessed tooth, broken or lost crown and cracked fillings.
Dental Emergency: If you’re experiencing pain, please call our office immediately. With the help of sedation dentistry (laughing gas, oral sedation, or IV sedation), we can painlessly administer the treatment you need.
Same-Day Appointments: If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, please call us (303) 993-1454. In many cases, we can get you in the same day, or the next day.
Delta Dental Insurance: Please note that we’re in network for Delta Dental Premier, and we also accept assignment of benefits for most other types of dental insurance.
Don’t Wait Until The Pain Becomes Too Great: If you’re in mild pain, but afraid to visit the dentist, give us a call. Using one of our sedation dentistry options (laughing gas / nitrous oxide, conscious sedation, or IV sedation), we can treat you gently before your dental conditions worsen.
Nitrous Oxide Is Popular: Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, is used more often than you might think, for patients with mild to severe dental anxiety. This type of oral sedation makes it easier to tolerate dental treatment, even simple cleanings and exams.
Nitrous Oxide / Laughing Gas For All Types Of Dental Treatment: We offer nitrous oxide / laughing gas for all types of dental treatments, including: exams, X-ray, cleanings, crowns, fillings, and more.
Laughing Gas Can Help…Seriously: If you feel anxious about coming to the dentist, nitrous oxide can help make treatment easier to tolerate, even cleanings.
Fear Disappears With Sedation: If you’ve been afraid to come in for a dental visit, sedation can help your fears magically disappear.
Dental Health Tied To Overall Health: Studies have shown that your dental health is directly tied to your overall health, including heart disease, diabetes, strokes, and more. Don’t put off a visit to the dentist because of fear – we can provide gentle care, complete with sedation, if necessary.
Crowns In One Day: Thanks to advanced technology, we can make porcelain crowns in just one appointment.
Dental Emergencies: Broken fillings, cracked teeth, lost crowns, abscesses…we treat all types of dental emergencies and can usually see you the same day you call.
Excellent Dental Health: Thanks to sedation dentistry (laughing gas, conscious sedation, and IV sedation), patients who are afraid to visit the dentist can come into our office for comprehensive treatment…with no fear and no pain!
Better Late Than Never: It’s never too late to regain your dental health. If you’ve been afraid to visit the dentist, sedation dentistry offers you the chance to have pain-free, gentle dentistry.
Why Sedation Dentistry: Many patients need sedation because of strong gag reflexes, small mouths, dental anxiety, and complex treatments.
Three Types Of Sedation Dentistry: We are one of the few dentists in the Denver metro area that offers three types of sedation: laughing gas, oral / conscious sedation, and IV sedation.
Experienced Sedation Dentists: Both of our dentists, Dr. O’Leary and Dr. Peppler, are experienced sedation dentists, familiar with IV sedation, oral sedation, and nitrous oxide (laughing gas).