Afraid of the Dentist? Sedation Dentistry by Thomas Peltzer, DMD

Restoring confidence in your smile

At Gentle Dental Care, Connecticut’s premier sedation dentist, Thomas Peltzer, DMD and his team of dedicated dental and medical professionals will erase your fear of the dentist.

Dr. Peltzer has developed a system for those who are afraid of going to the Dentist – never fear, Sedation Dentistry is here!

Although few enjoy going to the Dentist, some experience feelings of extreme anxiety and apprehension that can lead to mild or severe dental fear. If you have experienced dentophobia, or fear of the Dentist, you are not alone; dentophobia is a very real fear and not to be taken lightly or made fun of. Fear of the Dentist is nothing to be embarrassed about. Instead of waiting to seek dental care in the case of an emergency, like a root canal or abscess, continue reading to find out more about Sedation Dentistry.

Watch the following video to see how well you will be cared for by Thomas Peltzer, DMD, a nationally renowned expert in the field of Sedation Dentistry and Dental Anesthesia.

April overcame her fears of dentistry with the help of Dr. Thomas Peltzer. You can do it too! Just call 860-747-5711 in Connecticut at Gentle Dental Care.

Visit us at ConnecticutSedationDentist.com or visit our office at Gentle Dental Care, 87 East St., Plainville, CT 06062, 860-747-5711

About Dr. Thomas J. Peltzer, DMD

Dr. Peltzer is a Sedation Dental Specialist serving patients throughout the state of CT, MA, RI and NY.
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