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Family Dentistry in Chandler, AZ
About Our Dental Studio in Chandler, AZ
Dr. Jeremy Silverman & Elissa Silverman built Peace of Mind Dental Studio with a clear philosophy: great oral health comes from treating the whole person–body, mind, and spirit. We believe that oral health is directly linked to the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of our patients.
It’s a well-known fact that the state of your mouth can be indicative of other ailments in the body, such as cancer or heart disease. Additionally, how beautiful a person finds their smile can affect their mental and emotional well-being. We also recognize that going to the dentist isn’t always a pleasant experience, and some people can have extreme feelings of anxiety and stress leading up to their appointment.
Our team specializes in family dentistry in Chandler. Our staff has curated a variety of distraction techniques, pain management and therapeutic interventions to help ease any feelings of anxiety or discomfort our patients may experience at the dentist. These include,
- Ceiling mounted TVs
- Noise cancelling headphones
- Bilateral wrist stimulation
- Laughing gas
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- and more.
We encourage our patients to be as communicative as possible throughout their visits to our Chandler, AZ, office. Our goal is to make caring for your smile a stress-free experience.
A Family-Oriented Atmosphere
Peace of Mind Dental Studio provides gentle family dentistry for patients of all ages, including children and teenagers. When our younger patients come in, we ensure our office is warm and inviting, with plenty of pleasant distractions.
If it’s a child’s first time at a dentist–or their 8th–we explain every part of their exam with easy-to-understand words. For both children and teenage patients alike, we coach them in the best ways to take care of their teeth and gums at home.
If you’re a new parent, Peace of Mind Dental Studio in Chandler, AZ, can take care of your needs as well. It’s recommended that parents bring their baby in as soon as they have their first tooth, which generally appears between 6 and 12 months.
During your appointment, our team:
- Explains how best to take care of your baby’s teeth
- Provides tips about what to do when your baby is teething
- Helps teach your children how to care for their teeth
- Shows you how to spot and prevent a dental issue in your child
And anything else new parents have questions about. Guided by our commitment to putting our patients at ease, Peace of Mind gentle family dentistry will provide you and your family with incomparable dental care.
Need a Cleaning?
The best way to take care of oral health is to keep up with your preventative dental appointments.
- Routine Dental Cleanings with Laser Therapy
- Fluoride Varnish
- Dental Sealants
- Oral Hygiene Instructions for Children and Teens
Suffering From a Toothache?
Our professional and highly trained family dentistry staff makes every procedure to fix damaged teeth: quick, easy, and painless.
Chipped, Cracked, or Crooked Teeth?
A beautiful smile is key to improving many patients’ sense of self-confidence.
Clench or Grind Your Teeth? Snore?
We offer a variety of specialty services aimed at helping our patients in Chandler, AZ, improve their general dental health.
Is It Time for Dentures or Implants?
Sometimes teeth become damaged beyond what fillings, crowns, and other routine dental care can restore. In these cases, Peace of Mind Dental Studio’s goal is to provide our patients with a variety of judgment-free options for preserving their oral health and functioning.
Choose Peace of Mind for Your Family’s Dental Care in Chandler, AZ
When you choose Peace of Mind Dental Studio, you’re choosing professionals committed to providing your family with integrative and holistic oral healthcare. Contact us today to know more about the best family dentistry in Chandler.
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