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Sedation Dentistry

Posted May 20, 2015

Are you one of many people that avoids the dentist out of anxiety about getting your teeth cleaned or facing pain? Because dental health is so incredibly important, Weimar Family Dentistry practices sedation dentistry to ease your fears and create a positive experience.

 

Sedation dentistry is the use of medication to help patient relax during dental treatments. While patients are usually awake while the procedure is being completed, they will be relaxed and will not feel any pain. The levels of sedation range from minimal – awake, but relaxed – to being completely unconscious under general anesthesia. The medication may be administered via inhalation, oral, or IV.

 

If you’re ready to conquer your fear of the dentist, contact us today. For new patients, visit our first visit insurance, and special offers pages.

 

Call us for more information or to schedule an appointment at 763-493-9446.

Implant Dentistry

Posted May 5, 2015

For dental patients missing teeth, dental implants are changing the way they are living their lives. There will be no hesitation to smile or eat certain foods because the implants look and function the same as your natural teeth without altering your facial structure or causing bone deterioration. Dr. Weimar believes in giving people the chance to rediscover the comfort and confidence to eat, speak, laugh, and enjoy life to the fullest.

 

If you’re considering a dental implant, call us to schedule an appointment for a fully comprehensive dental implant evaluation. This consultation will include a dental exam and X-rays. We will take a close look at your specific, unique situation and discuss the process of dental implantation with you to ensure the procedure is a success.

 

A dental implant procedure typically takes two surgeries and four to six months. This is to accommodate the implant being placed into your jawbone and having time to bond to the bone before the artificial tooth is placed. Although this may sound scary or painful, most patients’ lives are not disrupted by the procedure.

 

Call us for more information or to schedule an appointment at 763-493-9446.

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