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  • Experience stress-free dental care with sedation
  • Enjoy a variety of comfort amenities
  • Never fear visiting the dentist again

Visit the Experts at Relieving Dental Anxiety in Broken Arrow, OK

Millions of people avoid oral care due to fear of the dentist. If you or someone you love is in this group, you can get help at LakeCrest Dental. We have several ways of relieving dental anxiety in Broken Arrow so you can:

  • Get the dental care you need
  • Keep your smile looking its best
  • Prevent and fix oral health problems
  • Make routine care easier in the future

Let us show you how comfortable modern dental care can be! Call 918-205-4492 to find out about our approach, which has helped countless patients visit LakeCrest Dental stress-free.

We’ll Help Make Your Next Appointment Easier

Many patients were anxious the first time they visited us, but most of them have become regular visitors who feel more at ease seeing us today. We believe our approach to patient care – with an emphasis on your comfort – makes a difference. When you visit us, you can take advantage of:

  • Happy Visits – Before you schedule an appointment for a cleaning or other procedure, get to know us. Make plans to talk to your dentist and other members of our team to ask how we handle things at our office.
  • Longer Appointments – Some patients feel rushed when they sit in a dental chair. By scheduling a longer appointment, you can request to take breaks as you need them. This can keep you from feeling overwhelmed during a treatment.
  • Sedation Options – We offer inhaled sedation (laughing gas) and oral sedation. Either option can keep you calm and pain-free.
  • Comfort Amenities – We also have other amenities to help you feel cozy. Many patients take advantage of the warm blankets, comfortable pillows, massage chairs, in-room televisions with Netflix, and lip balm. We’ll even turn on some music for you.

Take Control of Your Dental Anxiety to Get the Smile You Want

Dental anxiety isn’t new, and it can develop for many reasons:

  • Maybe you had a bad experience when you were younger.
  • Maybe you heard someone else talk about a problem they had.
  • Maybe your previous dentist was particularly critical of your oral health.

Whatever your reason, it’s OK. It’s also good to know that you can face your fears about dentistry. We are happy to answer any questions you may have. We’re also willing to make adjustments that allow you to feel relaxed and comfortable when you visit us.

Remember, you can start with a happy visit to discuss ways of relieving dental anxiety in Broken Arrow. Our team is here to support you every step of the way. Call LakeCrest Dental at 918-205-4492 to schedule a stress-free visit. You can also make an appointment online.

Common Questions About Relieving Dental Anxiety

How common is dental anxiety?

Nearly everyone admits to feeling anxious at the dentist at least once in a while. A Cleveland Clinic study found that up to 15 percent of Americans avoid going to the dentist due to their anxiety. It’s important to address feelings that lead you to avoid regular dental appointments. Skipping routine care can result in problems like cavities that are likely to make you feel even more anxious.

Can dental problems cause anxiety?

People sometimes avoid treatment for problems like cavities or gum disease because they are worried it will be uncomfortable. However, with local anesthesia and the option of dental sedation, you shouldn’t feel a thing. If such problems aren’t treated in a timely manner, you’ll require more extensive – and expensive – treatment to resolve the issue.

What can I do to relieve dental anxiety?

We encourage those with anxiety to come and meet our team during a no-pressure “happy visit” to our office. This gives you a chance to check out our relaxed atmosphere and get to know us before receiving any treatment. We’re also happy to schedule longer appointments so you can take a break if needed. You also have the option of receiving dental sedation.