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March 15, 2011

In Ocean City, Sedation Makes Implant Surgery a Breeze!

implant illustrationDental implants are called “nature’s rival” for a reason – many reasons, actually! The natural look and feel of implants, coupled with their longevity and durability, make them an attractive choice for folks just like you who want to replace missing teeth or secure a denture or bridge.

A surgical procedure is required to place the implant posts that serve as new tooth roots into your jawbone. The word “surgery” makes some people nervous. That’s where sedation comes in!

Dr. Edward Dougherty of Delmarva Sedation Dentistry is an implant dentist and a sedation dentist. You’ll experience the best of both worlds by receiving conscientious care from a dentist trained to restore your smile and keep you comfortable during the process!

The doctor offers nitrous oxide, oral sedation, and IV sedation to deliver safe, soothing care. The type of sedation that’s right for you depends on your medical history, current medications you may be taking, and the degree of anxiety you feel when facing dental visits and procedures.

Dr. Dougherty has delivered outstanding dental care for over two decades. For 15 of those years, he’s provided sedation dentistry to make our patients feel comfortable and completely relaxed. The doctor is certified to administer oral sedation and IV sedation at our Ocean City office.

When you choose sedation for your dental implant surgery, you can rest assured that you’ll be tended to by a doctor and team with the necessary training, experience, and knowledge to make your experience the best we can provide.

Don’t let fear or anxiety prevent you from regaining a complete smile with dental implants. Call today and learn more about implant dentistry with sedation. At our Ocean City office, Dr. Dougherty provides personalized care to residents of Bethany Beach, Fenwick, Ocean Pines, Salisbury, and Berlin.

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