There are multiple reasons we can feel stressed. Preparing for a job interview, studying for a test or family issues can cause our blood pressure to rise. Fortunately visiting the dentist does not have to cause anxiety. Dr. Clint Bruyere, a well-respected dentist makes stress free dentistry one of his top priorities at his Longview dental practice. Families in Hallsville and the surrounding areas enjoy comfortable treatments in a caring, friendly and professional environment. We will explain how Dr. Bruyere ensures each patient has a stress free dental experience.
Fear of the unknown can keep patients out of dental chairs, avoiding much-needed care and treatment. This can lead to cavities and gum disease. We will not judge why you may have avoided the dentist, but will take the steps toward putting you on a path to improved oral health practices. At our dental practice, you can count on Dr. Bruyere and the team to answer all of your questions and address any of your concerns promptly. Together we create a treatment plan that is right for you and explain every step of the process.
Dr. Bruyere has been practicing dentistry for about 30 years. Dr. Bruyere believes in providing a dental experience that is as comfortable as possible. He provides oral conscious sedation, which can ease anxiety ensuring a more enjoyable dental experience.
Sedation levels vary from minimal to moderate. Dr. Bruyere uses a moderate level of sedation during procedures. He will prescribe a medication, in pill form, that you take before the procedure. Moderate effects include being conscious, but possibly groggy during the procedure. Dr. Bruyere can awaken you with a gentle shake if you fall asleep. You will need to coordinate transportation home because the affects can take a while to wear off. After the sedative wears off, your memory of the procedure may be foggy. This is one of the many benefits patients enjoy from oral sedatives.
Are you looking for a stress free dental experience? You do not need to look any further. Schedule a consultation appointment with Dr. Bruyere by calling (903) 708-6116 today.