Why You Shouldn’t Dread Going to a Bloomington Dentist

Bloomington Dentist

If you are afraid of the dentist and have not had a check-up in years, today’s post is for you. Good news! Dentistry in the Bloomington area and around Indiana is nothing like it was when you were a kid. At Create A Smile, PC, our local Bloomington Dentist treats his patients with respect because we are committed to making our patients comfortable during their visit.

There Is No Reason to Avoid Dental Visits

First off, if you need dental treatment, oral sedation dentistry allows you to sleep during the procedure. There are several levels of sedation – you can remain conscious or take a small nap for the entirety of the procedure. Schedule a consultation with doctor Ken Moore for more important information about sleep dentistry.

If you have a bad memory of hurting for days after a procedure, relax. Improved painkillers, lasers, and advanced techniques have reduced the pain experienced by all of our patients. If you need extensive treatment, we will create a pain management plan to ensure that you remain comfortable throughout the entire process.

You Won’t Be Here All Day

Our Bloomington Dentist can perform procedures much quicker with today’s extremely precise dental instruments. Healing times for oral surgery are also much shorter.

You don’t have to live with gaps in your smile, sore gums, stained teeth, or a toothache. We can take care of all your dental problems. At Create A Smile, PC, we offer general and cosmetic dentistry. We will help restore your oral health to improve your quality of life and prevent dental issues from affecting other parts of your health. We invite you to discover why you shouldn’t avoid the dentist any longer.

We look forward to meeting you. Call Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore today at 812-332-1405.

Contact Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore:


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219 E. 17th St.
Bloomington, Indiana


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