Dental anxiety affects up to 58% of the population and for some that can mean delaying or even avoiding the treatment they want or need.
The changes in regulation to dental sedation recently mean providing safe and appropriate care for these patients can often mean a referral to elsewhere which provides a further barrier to your patients actually getting the treatment they need or want as they have to see someone new in an unfamiliar environment that is not necessarily as conveniently located for them as your practice. In addition it means a loss of revenue to yourself as someone else completes all their treatment.
Dr. Gareth Crowther can visit your practice and provide IV sedation for your anxious patients whilst you complete the treatment they desperately want or need! Dr. Crowther has a Postgraduate Diploma in Conscious Sedation in Dentistry, maintains appropriate CPD and adheres to current regulation.
ASA class 1 & 2 patients can be treated safely in primary care by the use of IV midazolam provided that certain criteria are met. You will need to complete the IOSN form with the patient and also the pre-treatment suitability assessment form both of which can be obtained by clicking the contact us button below - please include a brief description of the case proposed, the patients medical staus and how many episodes of sedation you think you will need.
The cost is £397 per patient, per episode of sedation. Whether you factor this cost into your treatment plan overall or just pass it directly on to the patient is up to you. We can offer 0% finance up to 12 months on this also if that makes it a more accessible alternative.
We will gladly accept referrals on a private basis for sedation or any other of our services - click the link below to see what we can offer! To refer use either write to our postal address or the same contact form as for our sedation out-call service below ensuring to include patient contact details (telephone and address) and medical history. Please note that due to steps externally and internally we regret that we cannot accommodate those with limited mobility.