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Dr. Robert Beall offers sedation dentistry to ease patients' minds and calm their fears.
CHARLESTON, SC, June 06, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- When was the last time you visited the dentist? Perhaps it's been quite a while. Maybe even hearing the word dentist makes you shudder. You're not alone. Studies have found that about 30-40 million Americans avoid seeing their dentist because they are anxious. So, are you one of the millions that haven't been to the doctor's because you can't handle your next appointment? Well, fear no more. Dr. Robert Beall, dentist in 29412, is here to offer you something that could make going to the dentist easy as pie.
If you've never heard of sedation dentistry before, there has never been a better time to find out more. Dr. Beall, dentist in Charleston, offers his nervous patients the option of sedation so they can go experience a stress-free appointment. "I have a lot of patients that probably wouldn't even step foot in the office if sedation wasn't an option. Whether they've had bad experiences in the past or they've heard horror stories from friends, some people just cannot handle being in the dentist's chair. In these cases, sedation is highly recommended," says Dr. Beall, sedation dentist in 29412.
Dr Beall offers different sedation options depending on a patient's anxiety levels. "Most of the time a patient can feel fully relaxed during their visit just by taking a pill that we prescribe for them," he says. However, for those with persistent and deep-rooted fears, a certified dental anesthesiologist is there to make sure that you are completely sedated for your next appointment. "We do have some patients that cannot relax at all during the visit, and if it gets really bad they will sometimes opt to be put to sleep. When completely sedated, patients remember very little and sometimes none of their visit."
If you're a nervous Nelly when it comes to the dentist but you've been dying to get a procedure done that could correct and revitalize your smile, then turn to Dr. Beall, your Charleston sedation dentist. Whether you're looking to get dental implants in 29412 or you are dying to get veneers, you can have any dental procedure done while under sedation. "Of course there are some procedures like dental implants where the patient must be under; however, we offer sedation options for any of our procedures. What's most important is that our patients have healthy teeth and they keep coming back for their regular visits," says Charleston sedation dentist, Dr. Beall.
Sedation dentistry can also be a wonderful option for those requiring a lot of dental work. "We have some patients come in that haven't seen the dentist in a long time. Most of the time they need significant treatment, but the idea of sitting in a chair for hours makes them nervous," says Dr. Beall. "We completely understand that anxiety. That's why we offer sedation dentistry right here in Charleston. It's an incredible feeling to wake up to a completely new and gorgeous smile."
If your next dentist appointment is long overdue, now is the time to put your fears aside and choose Dr. Beall for your next dental treatment in 29412. Call today at (843) 795-1111, or visit his website at http://www.drbeall.com/.
About James Island Family Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry: James Island Family Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry is owned and operated by Drs. Robert Beall, Richard Beck, and Molly Jeter Netzler. Together, this team of dental professionals offers their patients the best in quality dental care. Dr. Robert Beall completed his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree at the Medical University of South Carolina in 1997. He has been practicing on James Island since 1998 and was associated with Dr. Richard Beck in 2004. Dr. Beall has also completed hundreds of hours of continuing education in all areas of dentistry. Dr. Beck completed his dental degree at the Medical University of South Carolina and served for four years in under served areas of South Carolina before opening his private practice on James Island in 1976. Dr. Molly Jeter Netzler attended dental school at the Medical University of South Carolina. While in dental school, she was chosen to be one of fifteen dental students nationwide to train and do research in dentistry at the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research in Bethesda, MD.
Dr. Robert Beall
531 Folly Road
Charleston, SC 29412
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