Believe it or not, we have a lot of experience helping people with dental anxiety. The reason is that our patients recommend us to their families, friends, and co-workers.
At New Albany Implants, Dr. Ron Receveur has designed a dental practice with your physical, mental, and emotional comfort in mind. We offer a number of comfort options, but our approach to sedation dentistry is something many of our patients love. (At least, that’s what they keep telling us.)
Few dental offices have completed the necessary training to provide IV sedation. We have, and it’s also why we are confident that we can keep you comfortable, whether you need to restore a broken tooth or replace every tooth in your mouth.
You can repair your smile painlessly by visiting our New Albany, IN dental office. Call 888-469-3982 to learn more or to make an appointment.
Listen To Our Patients
We understand why you might be skeptical, which is why you shouldn’t just take our word for it. Instead, check out our patient testimonials, where you will find several comments like these:
- “I had my upper teeth implanted 5 years ago with Dr. Receveur. Absolutely no pain pulling 13 teeth and implanting 5 in the bone same day. He put in temporary permanent teeth same day. No pain through the whole process.”
- “I truly felt like I was being cared for not ‘worked on.’ They seek to make my experience as comfortable as possible.”
- “The doctor and staff know their stuff. No pain and they worked a plan that l understood, and I am happy with my smile.”
When you come to our office for your Implants, we use a combination of light and IV sedation.
On the day of your treatment, you can get IV sedation to keep your worry- and pain-free. When you are under this kind of sedation, you won’t remember anything about your procedure.
Your Comfort Is A Priority For Us
We take pride in providing high-quality, professional dental services. But we also know that we don’t need to be cold and clinical to do this. You deserve to know that our team cares about you. We believe you will find, as have many other patients, that you can get compassionate treatment from our staff.
If you’ve had bad experiences somewhere else, we understand why you may have dental anxiety. We want to show you that there is another way, a better way, to get the treatment you need to improve your oral health.