At Midlothian Dental Center, you can really kick back and relax. You'll enjoy warm smiles, friendly conversations and quality care from every associate. More importantly, Dr. Gore and his team will give you the smile you've always wanted through a variety of services such as cleanings, cosmetic or restorative dentistry, and dental implants. You'll feel comfortable in the hands of Midlothian Dental Center because their sedation dentistry techniques are the latest and best in the field. You'll be able to relax and have years of treatment performed in only a few visits. Bring your kids along too- they'll love the Kid's Zone and satellite TV in every room.
Midlothian Dental Center would like to brighten your day and your smile. The team works to ensure your comfort and care every step of the way. They know that dental work is sometimes an anxious experience.
Dr. Gore and all of his associates pledge to make your experience at Midlothian Dental Center a soothing one; with better treatment and more smiles than you will find anywhere else. Find out more about your Midlothian Dental Center team!
* Sedation Dentistry
* Cosmetic Dentistry
* Dental Implants
* Pediatric Dentistry
Sedation dentistry is a popular option in dental treatment today. Under light sedation, you will be conscious, but unaware of the treatment. This allows Dr. Gore, an experienced and knowledgeable member of the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation, to perform potentially years of dental treatment in only one or two visits. The sedative is carefully administered to last the duration of your visit, proportional to the extent of the dental care you require.
After your procedure, you will wake up, refreshed with little or no memory of the treatment. More importantly, you'll be able to smile with confidence and pride.
Who Benefits from Sedation Dentistry? If you exhibit any of the following traits, you are a perfect candidate for sedation dentistry:
* Anxiety or Health Conditions Triggered By Anxiety
* Fear of Needles, Shots or the Dentist in General
* Fear of the Noises, Smells and Taste Associated With Dental Care
* Embarrassment of Your Teeth or Smile
* Difficulty Becoming Numb
* Bad Gag Reflex
* Sensitive Teeth
* Complex Dental Problems
* Time Restrictions Which Limit Dental Visits