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Special Needs Dental Experts A visit to the dentist can be a scary experience for anyone.  For patients with special needs the experience can be difficult for both the patient and care giver.   Through the use of I.V. Sedation Dentistry and 30 years experience, we ensure a comfortable, stress-free experience for all.

Physically challenged patients, Wheel chair patients,  Adults and  Children with Autism, Down's Syndrome, Alzheimer's, Cerebral Palsy, Mentally Challenged, Fragile X Syndrome.
Sedation Dentistry Experts Sedation may change everything you've ever thought about dentistry. A sedation dentistry appointment is completely different from a standard dental visit.

There's no anxiety and no fear. Patients tell us they felt no pain, and that the whole appointment just felt like a pleasant dream. Not what most people expect from a dental visit!
General Dentistry Experts Dr. Palmer uses the highest quality materials, the best labs and spends the extra time to ensure the best experience and results for his patients.  He stays up-to-date with the latest techniques through his continuing education courses.

Cleanings * Mercury-Free Fillings * Root Canals * Crowns * Dentures * X-Rays * Simple Extractions * Implant Dentistry * Cosmetic Dentistry

What's your biggest fear of a dental visit?

Number of Voters
First Vote
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 18:18
Last Vote
Wednesday, 22 May 2024 14:46

What's your biggest fear of a dental visit?

Hits Percent Graph
All of the above
302 33.3%
Nothing scares me because ......I go to Dr. Palmer!
261 28.8%
126 13.9%
99 10.9%
General Anxiety
49 5.4%
43 4.7%
Sound of Drill
27 3%


  • The IV sedation provided by Dr. Palmer makes caring for our children's dental needs less stressful for them and for us. Without the professional and understanding support of Dr. Palmer and his staff we are not sure how we would care for our children's dental needs.
    Mr. & Mrs. B - Parents of two Children with Autism
  • "I don't worry about dental visits anymore! My boys feel comfortable and happy with Dr. P. He's great with kids with special needs... and great with moms who worry a lot!"
    Elizabeth C
    Mom of two boys with autism

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