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Sedation Dentistry—Resolving Anxiety about Dental Implants in NYC

Listen to music, relax, get your dental implants in NYCDoes the thought of visiting the dentist conjure up feelings of trepidation and anxiousness? Does it prevent you from pursuing vital dental work, like dental implants? Serving NYC, Dr. Toscano is a board certified periodontist and is an expert in the field of implant technology. For those patients that are hesitant about seeking dental treatment, he provides the relaxation-inducing option of sedation dentistry. How does this dental solution open the door to anxiety-free dental care?

  • Oral Conscious Sedation—Relaxes the body and mind in a comfortable, worry-free atmosphere. You’ll be able to communicate with Dr. Toscano if necessary as he performs the necessary dental work.
  • IV Sedation—A deeper form of sedation where you will be unresponsive to stimuli, and will likely remember little to nothing of the entire procedure. You will breathe independently and be monitored by our highly trained staff through the entire process. Just go to sleep and wake up after the dental procedure is completed.
  • Improved Oral Health—Avoiding the dentist is only going to lead to further, more serious oral health issues. Without the fear and anxiety, nothing can prevent you from attaining the healthy looking smile that you deserve.
  • Saving Time—Utilizing sedation dentistry, Dr. Toscano can perform multiple procedures in a single visit, saving you from having to book extra, time-consuming visits.

If you’re missing one or more teeth and have been dreading getting the dental work done, consider the amazing advantages of sedation dentistry. Getting dental implants by your NYC area expert doesn’t have to be a traumatic experience. Contact us today, then sit back, relax and let Dr. Toscano do the rest.

One Response to "Sedation Dentistry—Resolving Anxiety about Dental Implants in NYC"
  1. Avatar for Dr. Toscano Beth says:

    I am 51 years old. My lower back moler on the left side has suddenly become loose. Is there any saving it or will it need to be pulled. I am petrified of going to the dentist and have had a dentist in the past refuse to work on me unless I take a Xanax.

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