Do you put patients to sleep?
We’ve found that a caring approach and gentle touch makes general anesthesia unnecessary in most cases. Dr. McMaugh is skilled at administering local anesthesia so that you feel no discomfort at all.
However, we do understand that dental anxiety is a very serious issue for many people. For some, it may be so severe that they avoid important treatment altogether.
At the office of William T. McMaugh, DDS, we never want you to sacrifice your good oral health because you’re fearful about a procedure.
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We will be happy to take the time to talk to you about your concerns. Our team has supported many anxious patients during treatment, and they will go out of their way to keep you comfortable and relaxed.
If we find that your level of anxiety is a problem for you, we are happy to prescribe a calming medication to be taken before your appointment. This will help you relax and reduce your fears about your treatment.
After one experience with our gentle approach, though, most of our patients see that there’s no need to be worried when they’re with us. We take the time to get to know you so that you can feel safe and secure with friendly, familiar people who understand your needs.
Our Harleysville Office Will Make You Feel at Ease
If you have dental anxiety, we urge you to contact our office for your next dental appointment. We’d like to show you the difference that a gentle, caring approach makes to your treatment.
For more information regarding oral surgery, view our oral surgery service page.