CHICAGO, IL, November 17, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Dr. Yasser Elseweifi, dentist in Bucktown, is happy to be providing sedation services at his practice. Patients who are feeling anxious about visiting the dentist are able to receive special treatment that will make them feel comfortable and fully relaxed during their time at the practice.
"I am glad that our practice is able to provide sedation services. Many patients experience dental anxiety when they are faced with a dental visit and sedation techniques offer these patients a way to feel comfortable and get the dental care they need. I invite any patients that are experiencing anxiety about visiting the dentist to talk to our practice about sedation dentistry," said Dr. Elseweifi, dentist in Wicker Park.
Dr. Elseweifi provides both oral sedation and nitrous oxide at his practice. With oral sedation, the patient usually takes a pill about an hour before treatment begins. By the time the procedure begins, the patient will feel completely relaxed and any anxiety they were feeling will disappear. However, they will remain conscious and able to respond to Dr. Elseweifi's questions and commands.
Dr. Elseweifi is also providing sedation treatment with nitrous oxide. Nitrous oxide, while inhaled, can make a patient feel completely relaxed. It can also help patients who gag easily.
About Bucktown Dental Associates: Dr. Yasser Elseweifi, Bucktown dentist, has been practicing dentistry for more than 25 years since receiving his DDS degree in 1985. This Wicker Park dentist offers a variety of services at his practice including sedation, teeth whitening, veneers, orthodontic treatment and a variety of other treatments. Dr. Elseweifi earned a Fellowship of the Academy of General Dentists in 1999 and he is one of only 7 percent of general dentists that have achieved this honor. He also received a certificate of orthodontics in 1997. Each year, Dr. Elseweifi participates in continuing education programs to ensure that he is offering the most up to date and effective dental service to his patients in Bucktown and Wicker Park.