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5284 Dawes Ave
Alexandria, VA 22311
Ph / 1.866.406.6787
Fx / 703.379.6407
Delaying necessary and vital dental treatment because of dental anxiety, fear of pain, medical problems, or disabilities can lead to potentially harmful oral health problems. Find out more about who can benefit from the full range of anesthesia services for dental care at our office serving Alexandria, Washington, D.C., Fairfax County, Virginia, and surrounding areas.
How often do you find yourself saying "I absolutely hate the thought of going to the dentist?" Unfortunately, more than half the population delays vital and necessary dental treatment because of the anxiety of needles, smells, and noises they associate with the dental office. This is a common problem that I hear over and over again.
Another problem I hear is that someone has been unable to get dental care for a loved one because a physical or mental disability makes it difficult or impossible for the person to cooperate with their treatment or they have a medical condition that most dentists are not prepared to manage .
Maybe you are one of those people who:
Your fear and anxiety are perfectly understandable. Most people are unaware that there is available a safe, affordable option for complete relief of dental anxiety and pain and it's an option that also allows for the management of difficult medical problems and disabilities during dental treatment. Going to the dentist can be free of pain and anxiety for anyone.
Many people who fit into one or more of the above categories simply avoid going to the dentist altogether.
Please don't do that!
If you would like to:
Then I think you can benefit from what I have to offer. Please visit our dental office serving Alexandria, Washington, D.C., Fairfax County, Virginia, and surrounding communities to find out about relief of dental anxiety and pain. If you would like to learn more, please download our free 14 page report "Confidential Guide to Sedation Dentistry". This report reveals the techniques that allow you to safely sleep through your next dental appointment, the four critical factors that you must demand from any sedation dentist to insure your safety, the harsh reality that most dentists don't want you to know, and how to end the silent tooth killer that 4 out of 5 people have and do NOT know about.
Contact our Alexandria, Virginia dental practice to find out more about dental pain and anxiety relief. Dr. Snyder and his team serve patients from Alexandria, Washington, D.C., and surrounding areas.