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Oral Sedation

Help for those who fear the dentist.

Sedation Dentistry

Relax during your visit to West Chester Dental Arts.

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Since the practice started doing Sedation Dentistry over 15 years ago, we have been able to provide dental care to hundreds of patients who were not receiving care mostly due to high fear. It has been rewarding to help these people go from a life of pain and discomfort to a life where they can smile with pride and eat and chew without concern.

If Sedation Dentistry is something you feel you can benefit from, we want to extend a personal invitation to come in for a free sedation consultation and a full mouth series of X-rays – a diagnostic tool necessary for evaluating your dental treatment. The staff here looks forward to answering any questions you may have and looks forward to helping you wipe away your fears and discomforts.

Who is a Candidate for Sedation Surgery?

Learn more about our relaxation options.

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People fear the dentist for many reasons: perhaps they had a bad experience as a child, they have difficulty getting numb and get frustrated when the dentist doesn’t believe them, or they hate the shots, needles, noises, smells, and tastes associated with dental care. Gag reflexes can also turn a dental treatment into a very stressful situation. To top it all off, many people are embarrassed that they have these dental problems.

Patients who can relate to any or all of these reasons are good candidates for Sedation Dentistry.

Why Choose Us?
Our expert dentists have enjoyed additional training to safely administer oral sedation.
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Dr. Eric Fort

Dr. Fort’s Credentials

Dr. Fort received his training at the Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) in Portland, Oregon. OHSU is Oregon’s premier health and research university dedicated to patient care, education, research, and community service. While there, he completed a mini-residency in Parenteral Conscious Sedation that consisted of over 100 hours of continuing education in anesthesia, pain control, and oral conscious sedation sponsored by the Oregon Academy of General Dentistry.

Dr. Fort also maintains his Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification and is confident in providing the utmost in dental care in a safe and compassionate manner.

I have been coming here for a few years now and can definitely say I highly recommend WCDA. Dr. Fort and the entire staff are knowledgeable, compassionate, and caring.

Kelly J. (5-Star Google Review)

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