SILVER SPRING, MD, May 09, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- It's not easy managing anxiety-it sneaks up on a person when he/she least expects it. And a person's level of anxiety may go up when a dental appointment is down the road.
To help patients reign in their anxiety, Dr. Pearson provides oral conscious sedation.
"Conquering fears is a difficult task. We are helping our patients find relief from anxiety by offering oral conscious sedation. It's a safe and effective way of treating dental anxiety," explains Dr. Pearson, Silver Spring dentist.
What is oral conscious sedation? Oral sedation is administered in pill form, and it ranges from minimal to moderate sedation, so the patient can remain aware but feel relaxed. That's where the "conscious" comes from.
The patient's ability to relax while also remaining aware in the dental chair is the biggest benefit thus far. Patients may feel groggy while under oral conscious sedation, but they can easily follow instructions given by the dentist or a member of the dental staff.
How has anxiety-free dentistry in Silver Spring helped Dr. Pearson?
"With the help of anxiety-free dentistry, more patients are willing to visit the dentist office to treat tooth decay, gum disease and plaque bacteria. Without professional care, the slightest sign of decay can make a patient's oral health decline quite fast. We just make recommendations that will better their oral health. It's a patient's decision on whether or not to move forward with a treatment or procedure," says Dr. Pearson.
Anxiety-free dentistry is an option for any patient who wants treatment but is unable to shake worrisome nerves.
Want to learn more about Dr. Pearson and her dental team's available dental services? Check out her user-friendly Silver Spring dental website at www.susanpearsondds.com
. The website contains general dentistry information and facts unique to Dr. Pearson's practice.
About Dr. Susan Pearson, D.D.S.:
Dr. Pearson graduated with a degree in Natural Resources from the University of Michigan. After spending several years as a community organizer in California, Dr. Pearson took her mom's advice and pursued a degree in dentistry. In 1982, Dr. Pearson received her dental degree from the University of Illinois: College of Dentistry. Shortly after graduation she moved with her husband to Maryland. Dr. Pearson is an active member of the American Dental Association, Maryland State Dental Association and Southern Maryland Dental Society. She is also an member and leader of the Greater Academy of Women Dentists.
Dr. Pearson focuses her training and education on being a dentist that you and your family can trust.Media Contact:
Susan Pearson, D.D.S.
1131 University Blvd. West, Suite 103
Silver Spring, MD 20902
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