Welcoming New Patients
We at Integral Dental, Ellice Dental, and Pearl Dental are always excited to meet our new patients. Our team is happy to work with you to develop a comprehensive treatment plan to help you achieve the healthy, beautiful smile you have always wanted. We look forward to having you join our family. To get started, schedule an appointment today.
Sedation Dentistry and Its Benefits
Sedation dentistry uses medication to help patients relax during dental procedures. It is aimed at helping you stay calm and composed on the dental chair throughout the session so that the dentist can focus on the treatment. At Integral Dental we offer oral dental sedation as well as nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, as a sedative agent. Its inhalation is safe, effective, and makes the patient more comfortable and lose interest in the factors that add to fear, such as the sight of needles and more. The effects of nitrous oxide drift away in minutes after removing the mask, and you can get back to your work without feeling drowsy. Here are some benefits of sedation dentistry:
Provides ease of treatment
Reduces the gag reflex
Provides relief from anxiety and pain
Sedation dentistry helps severely phobic patients and children to get through a dental session without fear or anxiety. Get in touch with us to learn more about sedation dentistry. Both nitrous oxide and oral sedation is avaiable for your dental needs at Integral Dental on Portage Ave.
Here are few points to remember when booking your first appointment at one of our clinics:
Please inform our staff about any immediate dental concerns you are experiencing when looking to schedule an appointment.
When you come in for your scheduled appointment, either arrive a few minutes early to fill out a New Patient Form, or bring a completed form with you, which can be downloaded and printed at the bottom of this page.
What We Need to Know?
At your first visit, please have the following infomation available:
Insurance cards or information
Names of medications you are taking, if any
If you are under 18 years of age, please inform us of your immediate family member (mom/dad, brother/sister) or a guardian
If you have visited another dental office prior to your appointment
If you have any major medical conditions or undergone major surgeries
Your medical doctor information