At Sleep Dentistry with Dr. Kevin Mahoney, our commitment is tailoring a dental treatment plan individualized to you. No matter whether you’re with us for a routine teeth cleaning or an emergency oral surgery, no matter whether trips to the dentist are something you look forward to or something you absolutely dread, your utmost comfort is our charge. Regardless of whether you’re young or old, are in prime health, or have special needs, we take pride in our collective experience and abilities as a staff to adjust, adapt, and deliver high-quality dental care that caters to you.

Little to no dental anxiety? Engage and interact with our friendly staff fully aware, who will talk you through the process every step of the way. Topical or local anesthesia will be used to numb the site of the dental work where necessary.

Moderate dental anxiety? Minimal to moderate sedation may help to soothe your nerves. You’ll not be unconscious for the procedure, but you will feel noticeably more relaxed. And if you ever need a totally non-judgmental and cuddly friend in your corner (or your lap), our licensed therapy dog Dogtor Gizmo can help.

High dental anxiety or dental phobia? You may be a candidate for sleep dentistry aka general dental anesthesia. You will be fully unconscious while all work is performed and will be carefully monitored and maintained by Dr. Mahoney, a licensed dental anesthesiologist.

 

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