If you have dental anxiety, there are many reasons you might be avoiding the dentist’s office — the cold, the smells, the sound of the drill.

This is why Dr. Gordon Roeder and Dr. Zachary Kulp bring together our team at Dream Dentistry & Sleep Care every week to come up with more ways to provide our patients comfort without compromise with our dental anxiety treatment. We are the Allentown-Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, area dental office that treats your dental anxiety first so we can treat your smile stress-free. To know more about dental anxiety treatment in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, or make an appointment with us, call 215-538-1109.


 

How Can Sedation Dentistry Relieve My Dental Anxiety?

Sedation dentistry relieves your dental anxiety by calming you during your procedure. Inhaled sedation will give you sensations of joy, and oral sedation will make you feel relaxed by the time you arrive for your appointment. IV sedation will put you in a dreamlike state, so you will be at ease during your procedure and have fewer memories of it once you return home. The less you remember, the less likely you are to feel anxious about your next treatment.

How Does Dream Dentistry Reduce My Pain?

Our dental office uses Dr. Roeder’s special sting-free local anesthesia formula. So, there is no need to fear the needle when you come in for your visit.

Our dentists and team also have completed numerous hours of advanced training so they can offer you less invasive techniques like the Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique, which treats gum recession without cutting or sutures.


 

How Do You Keep Me Comfortable During My Visit?

Our comfort menu is an ever-changing list of items our patients have personally said would make them more comfortable during their visit. From cozy blankets to Netflix or a post-appointment milkshake, we want you to feel at home and look forward to your next trip to the dentist.

Right now, our comfort menu features:

  • Soft blankets
  • Warm neck wraps
  • Sunglasses
  • Video entertainment
  • Inhaled sedation
  • Sedation
  • Stress relievers
  • Warm facial wipes
  • Lip balm
  • Bottled water or juice
  • Snacks
  • Coffee and tea station
  • Milkshakes (strawberry, vanilla and chocolate)

At our office, we take your dental anxiety seriously. Dr. Roeder even took the anesthesiology training program at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine to further help patients suffering from dental anxiety.

If you have had negative experiences in the past with dental offices that rushed you in and rushed you out or want to know more about dental anxiety treatment, come experience personalized dental care in by calling our office or by using our quick online form to schedule an appointment.