At Highland Oaks Family Dentistry in Keller, Texas, we have many patient amenities to make your dental experiences enjoyable, including flat-screen TVs, pillows, blankets, warm, scented towels, and complimentary beverages. You may be surprised to see lattes, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and bottled water available in our lobby along with a courtesy internet bar, but we believe the difference is in the details! Your comfort is our top priority.
At Highland Oaks Family Dentistry, we take the time to get to know you and explain all the available treatment options so that you can feel confident about your treatment and confident in your smile!
Your Keller dentist and his team always begin by making sure you are comfortable, offering the latest advancements in sedation dentistry for those patients who find sedation helpful. We are now able to complete many procedures, from root canals to crowns, and even deep cleanings, while patients are mildly sedated and relaxed, avoiding the anxiety and stress that can be associated with long or repeated treatments.
To us, the only way to provide excellent care and wonderful patient experiences is with a soft touch. We take this very seriously, going above and beyond to make sure our patients are comfortable. If you feel nervous about or even afraid of dental treatment, you’re not alone. It’s actually quite common. Our goal is to always provide compassionate, gentle care.
For some patients, being sedated during their dental appointment is important. In most cases, we’re able to give our patients medicine that totally relaxes them and allows them to rest during their visit. We then complete as much of their treatment as possible, after which they regain alertness feeling comfortable and refreshed.
We also have laughing gas to help patients feel at ease. This safe and easy dental sedation option helps many patients get comfortable, especially children and adolescents who experience dental anxiety. In addition, laughing gas can make dental visits easier, better experiences for patients with mental or physical impairments.
When talking with you about sedation dentistry, we will review your health history, including medications you are taking and habits such as alcohol consumption and smoking. We take all factors into careful consideration when planning treatment, and we’ll go through the proper preparation steps with you prior to your dental sedation visit. Your comfort and safety are both of utmost concern to us.