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Prominent Dentists in Utah, Stonehaven Provides New Technology for Sedation Dentistry
Date:9/27/2013

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) September 27, 2013

Visiting a dentist has long been a fear for many Americans. Simply stepping foot into a practice is enough to paralyze some with fear. Such intense cases of nerves can, in some cases, be dangerous when undergoing oral procedures. Never again will patients have to wrestle with uneasiness and discomfort when receiving a cleaning, xray, or getting oral procedures.

Stonehaven, one of the leading dentists in Utah, is not only a purveyor of family dental in Salt Lake City, but also one of the front runners of the sedation movement. Though sedation might appear foreboding or frightening at first, it’s actually a simple and safe process that can make even the smallest procedures, such as root canals in Utah, painless and worry-free. Sedation allows anxious patient and children to combat the nerves and distress that often accompany a trip to the practice. Utilizing only the latest methods of sedation, Stonehaven offers solutions that work for any individual and strives to make every experience a good one.

It is vitally important for professionals in the dental field to stay up to date on current procedures and techniques; especially since more patients are choosing cosmetic procedures and oral surgeries in order to achieve maximum oral health and appearance. Apart from many other providers of family dental in Salt Lake City, Stonehaven routinely uses sedation to calm the nerves of children or adults who might be a little anxious about root canals in Utah. Sedation is no longer the chilling, dreaded experience it once was. The safety of patients is always put at the forefront of the treatment—the patient is closely monitored by one of
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