Say Goodbye to Dental Anxiety...

Why do people avoid going to the dentist?

Studies from the Journal of Dental Hygiene has shown that one of the main reasons is because of fear and anxiety. 

The Good News is Dr. Bin Hoang offers "Twilight Sleep Oral Conscious Sedation" which is the most effective and safe solution for most patients.

Oral Conscious Sedation dentistry allows you to be sedated just enough to be pain free and unaware of the treatment, as if you were relaxing. 

So if you have fear of dental treatment, have a bad gag reflex or have limited time to spend on dental care at the dentist, Sedation during dentistry procedures can help you.

Being trained and certified by DOCS Education Dr. Hoang provides the safest of most effective way to make your dental experience a positive stress-free one.


Frequently Asked Questions:

Will I feel any pain?
No. You will feel nothing!

Will I be unconscious?
No, you will be in a deeply relaxed state, and you will be responsive. 

Will I be monitored?
Yes, our team is always with you and your vital signs are monitored by special equipment during the entire visit. You are never alone.

How long will I be relaxing?
Depending on your needs, from two to six hours.

Will someone need to accompany me?
Yes, due to the sedative effects of the medication, you will need someone to drive you to our office and home again.

Who is a Candidate for Oral Sedation Dentistry?
People who have:
- High fear
- Traumatic dental experiences
- Difficulty getting numb
- A bad gag reflex
- Very sensitive teeth
- Complex dental problems


For a FREE consultation with Dr. Bin Hoang, please call 949-366-1160 or Visit Us at Radiant Smiles Dental Care of San Juan Capistrano.


Author
Dr. Bin Hoang Dr. Bin Hoang is the owner of Radiant Smiles Dental Care. He is been serving South Orange County with exceptional dental care since 2003. His specialties include treating periodontal disease using a special laser, smile makeovers.

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