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  • Westbourne Grove Dental,
    18 Chepstow Corner,
    Pembridge Villas,
    W2 4XE

Nervous Patients

Being scared to visit the dentist or feeling unusually anxious about receiving dental treatment is more common than you may think. Our team at Westbourne Grove Dental will do all they can to help you feel comfortable and safe.

Fear of the dentist affects many people and can occasionally prevent patients from seeking treatment or attending for routine check-ups.

This avoidance can have a detrimental effect on your teeth and gums, leaving you with feelings of pain or discomfort. At our practice, we want to help patients who feel anxious about dental treatment and will do all we can to make your experience a positive and pleasant one. Our calm and friendly approach will help you feel at ease and we will provide you all the necessary information regarding your upcoming treatment. We are more than happy for you to attend your appointment with a friend or loved one if that makes you feel more settled.

In addition, we can offer different levels of sedation so that when you do receive the treatment you will feel extra relaxed and looked after. We encourage any patients who feel apprehensive about treatment to talk to our team so that we can alleviate your fears and give you the support that you need.

Questions & Answers

What is sedation? Sedation is a form of therapy that helps you to relax during treatment. We offer inhalation sedation or intravenous sedation. Click here for more information

Is sedation safe? Yes. Sedation is perfectly safe and regularly used in dental practices all over the world. We are experienced in sedating patients when they really need it and will give you all the information you need prior to your appointment.

If you are nervous about dental treatment or feel worried about coming to see us, click here or call 020 7229 1730 for more information about how we can help.

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