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Graham, NC Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Jerome Crayle Introduces Oral Sedation for a More Comfortable Patient Experience
Date:8/14/2013

Graham, NC (PRWEB) August 14, 2013

Dr. Jerome Crayle of Graham, NC recently introduced a method for helping his patients have a more comfortable experience during their visits to the dentist. This method, known as sedation dentistry, alleviates the anxiety and stress that many patients often feel when having dental work done. Besides having a better overall experience during office visits, patients can also expect to get more work done in less time due to their relaxed state during sedation.

As a well-respected practicing dentist for over thirty years, Dr. Crayle is excited about this innovation that will assist in giving his patients the best experience possible. Patients report that the oral sedation offered in Dr. Crayle’s office has changed the way they feel about visiting the dentist.

“I have been practicing dentistry for many years and have met a great number of people who feel a lot of stress and anxiety when it comes time to visit the dentist,” said Dr. Jerome Crayle, sedation dentist in Graham, NC. “I know that many people don’t receive the care they need because of that stress. My staff and I are so pleased to offer oral dental sedation as a way to help patients eliminate fear and to feel relaxed before and during their visits.”

When a patient wishes to use oral sedation for a dental visit, he or she will be prescribed a sedative pill that can be picked up at a local pharmacy prior to the office visit. Taking the pill orally before the appointment eliminates the need for needles or tubes. The oral sedative allows patients to be conscious during their treatments but relaxed enough that they have little awareness of sounds, smells, or sensitivity. Oral sedation often leaves patients with no memory of their experience at the dentist’s office.

“Sedation dentistry is particularly useful for me as a dentist because I can often complete so much more work in a single visit without the patient experiencing fatigue or pain,” said Dr. Crayle. “We have been able to save our patients a great deal of time in the long run by using oral sedation. We can often complete treatments in a single visit that might normally take six to eight visits to complete.”

Dr. Jerome Crayle and his team of highly competent dental hygienists and assistants provide a comprehensive range of dental services including cleanings, whitening, bleaching, and fillings along with more specialized services like cosmetic dentistry, periodontal treatment, and pediatric dentistry in Graham, NC. Dr. Crayle is also a certified TMJ dentist in Graham, NC.

To learn more about sedation dentistry and the many other services offered by Dr. Jerome Crayle and his staff, please visit http://dentistgrahamnc.com and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yznW5VKoTGA.

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