Dentalcare of Forrestfield
Experienced and Gentle Dentists, and State-of-the-Art Dental Clinic
Dentalcare of Forrestfield has a team of experienced and gentle dentists committed to providing you with the most favorable outcomes. In addition, we utilize the latest technology and equipment in our state-of-the-art dental clinic, designed for your comfort.
We Accept Popular Payment Plan Options and All Health Fund Providers
Dental procedures can be expensive, but we want to make sure that finances will never be a reason for you to delay or avoid treatment. We accept popular payment plan options and all health fund providers. This way, you can focus on what’s important getting the dental care you need.
We Offer Sedation Options for Anxious Patients
We know many patients may have dental anxiety, so we offer different sedation types to help you feel more relaxed during your treatment. This also allows us to perform whatever procedure you require efficiently and effectively.
Frequently Asked Questions About
Some of the benefits of sleep dentistry include reduced anxiety and stress, the ability to complete more complex procedures in one visit, reduced pain and discomfort during treatment and a quicker and more efficient overall experience.
This depends on your preference, the procedure’s complexity and your anxiety level. If you have needle fear or are extremely anxious, your dentist may recommend general anesthesia to put you to sleep throughout the procedure.
Typically, your dentist will give you medication the night before your procedure and another shortly before your treatment to help you relax. They may also instruct you not to drink or eat anything for at least six hours before your treatment if general anesthesia is required. If you are taking any medications, please inform your dentist in advance so they can advise you on any restrictions.
No. You need someone to drive you home after your procedure, regardless of the type of sedation used. If you receive general anesthesia, you cannot drive for at least 24 hours after your treatment.
Yes. Sleep dentistry is safe when performed by a licensed and experienced dentist. They will constantly monitor you during your treatment to ensure your safety.
Health funds do not typically cover the cost of sleep dentistry procedures. However, many dental treatments are partially covered, depending on your level of cover. It is highly recommended that you contact your provider for more information.