Attention!!! - Dear valued patients,

Our government has been closely monitoring the spread of the coronavirus.
At this time we are closed but will see emergency patients. If you are unsure if you have a dental emergency you can email a picture of the area in question with a description of your concerns and we will reply within 24 business hours.

If you are requesting a prescription or prescription refill you must provide the pharmacy phone number, your full name, date of birth, allergies and a working phone number in case we need to contact you via phone.

If you are currently completing Invisalign treatment we are advising patients to wear your current aligner until we reopen.

In order to keep social distancing, we are asking patients to call upon arrival of your emergency appointment. If we are not updating your information you will be asked to remain in your vehicle until a treatment room is ready for you. Accompanying individuals will not be allowed to wait in the waiting area. Please call or email us with any questions or special circumstances.

In the next few days, we will be reaching out to our patients to reschedule cleanings and non-emergent treatment. You may also contact us to reschedule your appointment via email at franklin@kedentistry.com.

This is a very difficult decision, but as a part of the healthcare community and the community at large, we have to protect the safety of our patients and the team.

Thank you for your support and we hope each and every one of you remain safe during this time.

K&E Advanced Dentistry and Team
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Sedation Dentistry

Inhalation Sedation at Clinic

 Sedation dentistry calms fearful patients in Franklin area

Are you scared to go to the dentist? Have you had a bad experience in the past that makes you fear the dental chair now? At K&E Advanced Dentistry, we are committed to easing our patients’ anxieties. We now offer sedation dentistry to help patients in Franklin be more comfortable and relaxed while receiving dental care. Our sedation techniques put you in a calm state of mind for treatment, and you have virtually no memory of your visit.

Oral conscious sedation

The dentist gives you a medication to take orally, to help you relax. All of your treatment can be done without experiencing any of the anxiety or fear that has prevented you from coming in to receive dental care. You will have a relaxing visit with:

  • A pre-treatment consultation where you have the opportunity to ask questions and complete paperwork, to be less stressed on the day of your visit.
  • Customizable options to improve your experience, such as pillows, blankets, and music of your choice.
  • A warm and pleasant atmosphere.

IV sedation

IV sedation can be requested for oral surgery procedures.

Nitrous oxide (laughing gas)

If you are just a little bit nervous but would benefit from something to “take the edge off,” allowing you to relax during your visit, laughing gas could be a good option for you. The benefits are:

  • You can opt to use it at any time during treatment.
  • The medication is cleared out of your system quickly.
  • It is safe to drive afterward.
  • Nitrous oxide is great way to help children relax.
  • It can be used minimally, even just for getting numbed.

If you have dental anxiety, you are not alone. Thousands of people of all ages and from every walk of life, compromise their oral health and overall wellness by skipping routine checkups and postponing treatment. With sedation dentistry conveniently available in Franklin, dental care is a rewarding experience.

How does Oral Sedation work? - Dr. Mamta Kori explains Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry is offered by Dr. Mamta Kori only for patients who are over the age of 18. It is mainly offered to those who are suffering from dental anxiety. Dr. Mamta Kori from K& E Advanced Dentistry Franklin mentions that many patients prefer this as they don't require to get shots or IV.

What types of sedation are offered at your practice?

At our practice we offer oral sedation. The advantage of oral sedation is that IV and shots being exempted.

How does oral sedation work?

Medication is administered for the patient to relax and become drowsy. The patient will be breathing on there own. Finally, all dentistry is done and the client will not have any memory of what happened.

Is sedation dentistry offered to all?

We do oral sedation for patients over 18 and this is done in the office.

If you have dental anxiety, you are not alone. With sedation dentistry conveniently available in Franklin and Centerville Areas, dental care is a rewarding experience. Contact – (855) 912-7677



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