Pain Free Dentistry

Dr. Krempa is committed to comfortable, painless, anxiety free dentistry.  If you are one of those people who avoids necessary preventive dental care or restorative dental 
procedures because of anxiety or fear of going to the dentist, we have nitrous oxide available for you. We don’t want you to risk the health of your teeth because you worry about pain or discomfort. We want you to be comfortable coming to us for any dental need or concern.

Nitrous oxide (also known as laughing gas) is a colorless slightly sweet smelling and sweet tasting gas used with oxygen as a sedative and analgesic agent for the performance of minor operations. Used as an anti-anxiety agent to relax patients during dental visits, nitrous oxide is a great solution for those who need to calm themselves in order to take care of dental needs.

Inducing a conscious sedation state, nitrous oxide provides you with the ability to have a pain-free, comfortable dental experience without any long-term effects or extensive office visits. It is a harmless sedative that simply helps you achieve a relaxed state during treatment, and allows you to respond to touch and speech. Nitrous oxide can be administered before, during or after a dental procedure.

We also provide local anesthesia as well as anxiolysis. Achieving pain free dentistry change be challenging, but if your dentist is committed 
to giving you the best experience and service possible, if proper medications are used, most of the time your dentist can be a pain free dentist.

Are you scared of the dentist? If you are scared of the dentist, Mobile Dentist, Alex Krempa can help. He focusses on making your experience the best one possible. If you have questions or concerns his staff is always there to make you comfortable and inform you. If you have fears, he believes in starting slow and walking you through the necessary steps to give you the best oral health possible. Dr Krempa can prescribe medicines to reduce your anxiety. Additionally, Dr Krempa uses inhalation sedatives like nitrous oxide or laughing gas to make your experience a positive one. When your fear takes you beyond being able to accept treatment, he works as a team to find unique solutions to your needs. Dr Krempa has found that by listening and communicating with you, he can help take anxious and afraid of the dentist patients to regular healthy patients. Dr Krempa believes in building strong relationships that reaffirm trust in the dentist-patient relationship.
Over 40% of the population has some level of dental phobia, fear and anxiety. For about 9-15% that fear is strong enough to prevent them from seeking care! Bad childhood (or adult!) experiences, insensitive comments by dental professionals and staff and even anxiety disorders can result in debilitating fear of the dentist. In cases where the front teeth have gotten involved, there is the additional embarrassment of a poor looking smile. Years of fear, embarrassment and shame take a serious toll on people’s self esteem and self confidence. This ‘cycle of fear’ makes it even harder to take the step of seeing the dentist.We understand your fears and concerns. We know the realities of how you feel, we take them seriously and we are never judgmental or demeaning. We’ve been there… and we don’t like it either!
Mild anxiety is very common. Nobody really likes having dental work done. Even small bad experiences can leave people nervous and anxious. In most cases of mild anxiety, the person is fairly clear about what they don’t like and how they wish to be treated. A calm and soothing environment, a caring staff, an attentive and patient dentist – as well as good local anesthesia (“Novocaine”) and sometimes a little bit of Nitrous Oxide Gas – are often sufficient to treat these people in the office.
As anxiety and fear become stronger they cross into the area of “Moderate Anxiety”. Typically the person with moderate anxiety needs more than just “T.L.C.” and a mild anti-anxiety agent to have dental work. These people really cannot sit in the dentist’s chair and the stress on their system can actually be dangerous!

Reduction of moderate anxiety to a point where the person can withstand dental care safely and easily often requires the stronger anti-anxiety agents used in Oral Sedation. With these procedures and good monitoring, the person with Moderate Anxiety can be treated in the dental office.
The powerful and debilitating fear of dentists and dental work is often called Severe Anxiety or Dental Phobia. Dental Phobias do not respond to conservative techniques and these unfortunate people cannot be treated while conscious. Most often, general anesthesia in the safety of a hospital operating room is their best and only option for the care they want and need.

Contact Dr. Krempa today if you have anxiety about going to the dentist or are afraid of the dentist.
Call or us at 251-344-0230 to schedule an appointment. We look forward to working with you.
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