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Dr. Robert Korwin, Introduces Sedation for Painless, Anxiety-Free Dental Care

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Dr. Robert Korwin, cosmetic and dental implants dentist in Red Bank, NJ, recently introduced sedation dentistry to provide his patients with a more relaxed, pain-free experience during their dental visits.

February 6, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Statistics show nearly half of the U.S. population needs dental care, but choose not to see the dentist. For many, this choice is made out of fear or anxiety of potential pain during their visit. Dr. Robert Korwin, cosmetic and dental implants dentist in Red Bank, NJ, recently introduced sedation dentistry to provide his patients with a more relaxed, pain-free experience during their dental visits.

Dr. Robert Korwin has received more than 2500 hours of training in conscious sedation, and is now able to provide patients with oral or IV sedation, making their visits more comfortable. As a trained sedation dentist in Red Bank, NJ, Dr. Robert Korwin can provide this service to patients who have anxiety about pain, need multiple procedures completed at once, have strong gag reflexes, or suffer from jaw or neck pain.

“The motto of our practice is that ‘What affects the mouth affects the whole person’,” said Dr. Robert Korwin. “Sedation dentistry is encouraging more of our patients to receive much needed dental care instead of prolonging it due to their fear or anxiety. As we’re able to improve the health of their mouth, we’re also able to improve their overall health as well.”

Dr. Korwin works closely with patients who are candidates for sedation dentistry to determine the method and dosage of their sedation. Those who are selected for oral sedation are given a prescription to pick up and take shortly before their visit. Patients using oral sedation are still conscious during their procedure, but are very relaxed and oftentimes don’t remember the procedure afterwards. Dr. Korwin is trained to administer sedatives via IV, but Advanced Dentistry also has a board certified anesthesiologist on call.

Patient reviews of Dr. Korwin’s sedation dentistry have been outstanding.

“After putting off dental work for quite some time, I finally went in for my procedure but the sound of the drill and potential for pain was too much for me to handle,” said A. H., a patient of Advanced Dentistry. “Dr. Korwin said I was a candidate for sedation dentistry and his performance did not result in an ounce of pain, nor did I remember the procedure. “

Dr. Robert Korwin is a renowned dentist in the Red Bank, NJ area and has been practicing for more than 30 years. He completed his dental education at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Dental Medicine and has a post-graduate certificate in general practice. Dr. Korwin has invented and marketed several dental products, and currently holds three patents. He is a member of the ADA, New Jersey Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, and The Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation, among many others. Recently, Dr. Korwin was selected for the 2013 Best of Red Bank Award in Dentistry for the second consecutive year.

To learn more about Dr. Robert Korwin and the services he offers at his Red Bank, NJ office for sedation dentistry, please visit http://www.drkorwin.com and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wv7WnY5VGU.

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Name: Dr. Robert Korwin
Email: info@drkorwin.com
Phone: (732) 686-6201
Organization: Robert Korwin DMD PA, Advanced Dentistry with a Gentle Touch

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