Alpharetta Sedation Dentistry
Crabapple Dental provides sedation dentistry for the residents of Alpharetta and the surrounding areas. We are a comprehensive dental practice consisting of an experienced dentist, Dr. Sarah Roberts, and a committed team of dental support staff. Together we work hard to provide a high level of dental care delivered in a warm and caring atmosphere.
Do you feel anxious, scared or stressed when you think about visiting the dentist? If so, you are not alone. It is estimated that up to 30% of American adults avoid the dentist due to dental phobia. Dr. Roberts and the staff at Crabapple Dental understand that these fears are real and that treating these concerns are just as important as treating the teeth with a dental cleaning or checkup. For this reason, we offer several sedation techniques including Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas) and a sedative tranquilizing medication in combination with Nitrous Oxide. We offer these options in the safe and controlled environment of our dental office.
Oral Dental Sedation
If you are looking for oral dental sedation, call the experts at Crabapple Dental. For your safety, Dr. Roberts has taken sedation courses at the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation (DOCS). She subscribes to a strict protocol for patient safety for all sedation techniques.
If you have a fear of the dentist and avoid seeking needed dental care, this can negatively affect your smile and lead to worsening dental problems. At Crabapple Dental, our passion is creating the smile you were meant to have, one that is attractive, confident and beautiful! Schedule a complimentary smile consultation today so we can help you achieve healthy teeth and gums and a beautiful, long-lasting smile.
Non Sleep Sedation Dentist
For a non sleep sedation dentist you can count, contact our Crabapple Sedation Dentistry Experts at Crabapple Dental. We are currently accepting new patients and we are happy to file dental insurance claims on your behalf.
If you are going to be sedated during your dental procedure, it is important to have a responsible caregiver accompany you to the procedures, drive you home and keep an eye on you for the next few hours. After your visit, you will find that you won't remember very much, although you will be feeling fine.