Dr. Griffin Offers Sedation Dentistry
to Columbia SC Patients

Learn what sedation dentistry is all about and how it feels to experience this technique.

 Hear what this dentist in Columbia SC has to say about this procedure! We'll turn your visit into a dream - literally!


If fear is keeping you from a healthy mouth, sedation dentistry can help!

For some, dental work presents challenges. From sensitive gag reflexes to general dental anxiety, sedation dentistry can be used to dispel worry about dental-related obstacles.

Download our infographic to learn:

  • What real people say sedation dentistry feels like
  • What to expect with sedation
  • How sedation works

‘‘The staff are always courteous, friendly, attentive, caring, and professional. If you want dental CARE, this is the place to be!’’

– Patricia, Actual Patient

If you want to say "goodbye" to these anxiety causing reason below, you may be a perfect candidate for
sedation dentistry in Columbia SC

  • The fear of pain
  • The fear of needles
  • Not being in control
  • Excessive appointments
  • Overall stress and discomfort
  • Time constraints keeping you from work

Questions You May Have about Sedation Dentistry

Most patients qualify for sedation dentistry. We’ve learned the best candidates are those with extreme fear issues or those needing extensive work, as sedation allows more work to be completed in far fewer appointments. Dr. Griffin will be happy to provide a consultation and discuss oral sedation with you.
Virtually all complex dental work can be completed while the patient is sedated.
Yes! There are many types of sedation. At WildeWood Aesthetic Dentistry, we only offer oral sedation. You and Dr. Griffin will decide together to see if oral sedation is right for you.

Sedation Dentistry May Be Your Perfect Solution


Examine the facts in our infographic and see what Columbia SC people just like you say how sedation dentistry felt for them!

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