Are you nervous about coming to the dentist?
Have you been traumatised by past dental experiences?
Are your fears holding you back from being able to smile with confidence?
Is your fear greater than the pain you are suffering with?
Are you overwhelmed with the thought of extensive treatment, or uncertain where to even begin?
Our team is specially trained to manage problems faced by people like you.
We help people overcome their fears to get the treatment they need to speak and smile freely, and function without pain.
We offer several types of sedation dentistry depending on your level of anxiety and the extent of treatment you require. Some options will allow you to have extensive amounts of treatment within one appointment, with little to no recollection of it.
Most importantly, we strive to take the anxiety out of dentistry. We have helped many people become less fearful about the dentist and even enjoy coming to see us again.
Your initial consultation
Your first appointment is an opportunity for us to find out more about your concerns and problems, and to determine a plan to take the anxiety of your treatment.
At this appointment
We will listen to your fears and concerns, and explore your problems without judgement
We will be gathering information and no treatment will be commenced
We will review your treatment options and help determine a plan for you have your treatment in a way that reduces or removes the anxiety from your visits
You will have the control to stop us and share your concerns at any time
You will be looked after a team that understands dental anxiety, and enjoys helping people experience the success of overcoming this
We know you may be scared or even terrified to book the initial appointment.
Remember, you are not alone, and our team will strive to address your concerns and rebuild your confidence from your first phone call.
To take the next step, please contact us on 9300 2622 to organise your initial consultation.
Dr Shereen Lim with one of our patients who successfully conquered her fears to have treatment completed with sedation dentistry.
"Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner."