At the practice of Dr. Louis Siegelman, we specialize in offering dentistry for patients with unique situations and conditions that may make it more difficult for them to get the care and attention they need for a healthy smile. Many of our patients who come in with mental health concerns such as PTSD may find […]
At the practice of Drs. Siegelman and Ng of New York, NY, you have the ability to undergo necessary dental work without the anxiety. We specialize in dentistry for patients with phobias, anxiety, PTSD, and trauma that can make it difficult for them to get into the office for dental care due to their conditions.
At the practice of Drs. Siegelman and Ng, we understand that many patients may have anxiety over their upcoming appointment because they have a very strong gag reflex. To address this, we may recommend the use of sedatives. Sedatives help you relax and reduce any discomfort associated with dental work. Dental sedation is typically administered
Getting dental work done can cause anxiety for many men and women. Patients with dental anxiety may find themselves going long stretches between visiting the dentist for even the most routine of services. If you suffer from dental anxiety, you are not alone! At the practice of Dr. Louis Siegelman, patients can ask about sedation
Patients like you who have dental anxiety may find that they don’t get the dental treatments they need because of the avoidance of our dental team. We understand that you may have had a past traumatic experience at the dentist, or you deal with conditions such as a strong gag reflex or PTSD that makes
Dental anxiety is a very common problem. In fact, a study performed by a marker research company by the name of DentaVox that included 18,000 people worldwide reported that 61% of respondents stated that they suffered from dental anxiety and fear. If you are one of these people, don’t worry, you are not alone. There
Many people ask this question but, deep down, they already know the answer. If the thought of scheduling a dental appointment causes your heart to beat faster and your stomach to knot, you have some degree of dental anxiety. If you have trouble sleeping the night before you’re to see the dentist, you harbor some
For many people, the idea of going to the dentist sends their heart rate through the roof. If you can relate to this, choosing to see a sedation dentist can be the best thing you do for your oral health. Historically, dentists didn’t know much about dental phobias. Fortunately, now we do. The more we
If you struggle to make or keep dental appointments because a bout of anxiety overcomes you at the thought of going to the dentist, you may feel like you’re alone in your feelings. This isn’t so. According to surveys, more than 60 percent of people report that they really don’t like going to the dentist.
Our NYC sedation dentistry practice has a range of services that assist patients who have a difficult time receiving dental care. Sedation is not just for those with dental anxiety; it is also incredibly beneficial for individuals with physical or cognitive challenges, such as a patient with Alzheimer’s or Autism. Sedation dentistry operates on a