Of course, it’s not only fear that prevents patients from visiting their dentist. It may be next to impossible for patients with mental or physical disabilities to sit through a dental procedure.
Mental and physical disorders may make dental care difficult. At the Center for Dental Anesthesia, we offer the ideal solution. You can choose from a wide range of dental sedation options for yourself or your loved one that will make dental visits peaceful and pain-free.
Dentist for Disabled Patients
We serve patients with a variety of physical or mental disabilities, including patients with:
- Down syndrome
- Angelman syndrome
- Cerebral palsy
- Muscular dystrophy
- Parkinson’s disease
- Alzheimer’s or dementia
If you or a loved one suffers from these or other disabilities, we will be happy to accommodate your personal needs. Dr. Mady and Dr. Geren are trained and comfortable working with patients with special needs.
If you are looking for a Down syndrome dentist, a Parkinson’s dentist, a cerebral palsy dentist, or a dentist for any other kind of need, the Center of Dental Anesthesia is the place for you! Everyone deserves comfortable, pain-free dental care.
Providing Dentistry for the Disabled
Everyone needs top-of-the-line dental care. No one should have to suffer through tooth pain or tooth loss without knowing how to fix it.
At the Center for Dental Anesthesia, we are proud to provide:
Our entire dental facility is fully wheelchair accessible.
We are prepared with specialized dental chairs and equipment to accommodate physically disabled patients.
Safe Non-Procedural Rooms
We will show you to a non-threatening space where you can consult with Dr. Mady and Dr. Geren. These consultation rooms provide added privacy and comfort.
Precise Medical Assessment
We go above and beyond to provide a thorough medical assessment of all existing conditions, and we help the patient create a personalized sedation and treatment plan.
Wide Range of Safe Sedation
From mild to deep sedation, we have the options you need to feel comfortable during any procedure.
After your procedure, you may choose to relax in our post-procedure recovery room with full monitoring capabilities.
Don’t let disabilities keep you from receiving the medical attention you need. Dr. Mady and Dr. Geren would be happy to speak with you soon and help you design a treatment plan that’s right for you. Contact us at the Center for Dental Anesthesia today.