Welcome to The Courtyard Clinic, a retreat for people scared of the dentist. We have been seeing nervous patients for many years and it’s our pleasure to do so. The satisfaction of getting someone who used to be so worried about entering a dental practice to enjoying visits with us is immeasurable and we have achieved this many times over the last 15 plus years.
We are Dental Phobia Certified; this demonstrates we have treated many nervous patients successfully.
We go above and beyond as a team to put you at ease. From the first call with our lovely receptionists, to dealing with your treatment coordination with Mrs. Alison Muir, to the actual treatment day with your dentist, we will be here to help and answer any questions.
Our experience in treating phobic patients means we fully understand what a big step coming to the dentist can be for many. We also recognise the importance of dental visits for such individuals as leaving your teeth untreated due to anxiety can cause bigger problems long term so it’s important to get you assessed and comfortable as quickly as possible. However, rest assured, it’s never too late to improve your oral health.
You’ll never be rushed or pushed into a decision at the Courtyard Clinic. You’ll always be made to feel very welcome, and in control at all times.
Here at The Courtyard Clinic we believe in investing in the latest dental innovations, such as The Wand. This ensures an optimal patient experience.
The Wand is a single tooth anaesthesia system that allows for greater precision and contained numbness in a dentistry environment.
Why do more patients prefer The Wand over other injection methods?
The Wand is generally associated with less discomfort and a more controlled numb sensation than other anaesthesia injection methods.
Since the injection is so precise, only the area around the affected tooth will be numbed so that you can return to work following your procedure should you wish.
What is Dental Sedation?
Dental sedation is an effective way of making you feel more at ease during treatment. It doesn’t put you to sleep like a general anaesthetic; you’re still conscious and able to talk with your dentist. Instead, it puts you into a deeply relaxed state, where you won’t feel any discomfort or pain.
- Intravenous (IV) sedation: where a sedative is injected into your arm
- Oral sedation: where you take a medication an hour before treatment to give you a mile sedative effect
What’s more, sedation isn’t just for invasive procedures. You can also have it for more routine procedures like our popular airflow hygiene procedure, where your dentist will give you a scale and polish to ensure your teeth are thoroughly clean.
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