Afraid of the Dentist? Dr. Peltzer has the Solution.

fear of the dentist

Written by Thomas Peltzer, DMD

The Problem

Are you afraid of the dentist? You’re not alone. Fear of the dentist is a very common phobia to the point that some people avoid going to the dentist at all. Some people develop sweaty palms, heart palpitations and high blood pressure just thinking about picking up the phone to take the first step along the path back to a healthy mouth and therefore a healthy body.

The consequences

This avoidance comes with a price however. That price is that some people turn into dental cripples with rampant gum disease, bad breath, big black cavities and missing teeth. Mouth pain of course often accompanies this syndrome. Unfortunately this is the very pain you were attempting to avoid in the first place. Often, dental problems are present in your mouth and you are completely unaware they lurk there and are worsening.

Here’s the solution!

Well, now there’s a solution for you! Sedation dentistry! With dental sedation we can erase years of neglect, often in as few a a couple of appointments. You will be asleep within one minute. You will have no memory of the experience and hours will pass like seconds. You will not be aware of having your dental treatment until you wake up and see your beautiful clean teeth and smile. We have written, enthusiastic testimonials from thousands of people we have created beautiful, healthy smiles for with Sedation Dentistry.

The Next Step Is Up to You

We invite you to visit our website to learn more about how Dr. Thomas Peltzer,
a nationally renowned expert in Dental Sedation can help you achieve the comfortable and healthy mouth you have always dreamed of at Call us at (860) 747-5711 in Connecticut.

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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