for Dental Anxiety
Don’t let anxiety stand between your patients and their dental health
Patients reported an average of 61% less anxiety after using the CES therapy.4
Alpha-Stim Offers Dental Patients a Drug-Free Option
Alpha-Stim is an FDA cleared, non-invasive medical device that brings lasting and immediate relief from anxiety – without medication. It fits in the palm of your hand, and its ear clips are as small as earbuds, allowing patients quick and discreet relief during their appointment without interfering with the work of you and your team.
Your patients already know that their dental health is important. With Alpha-Stim in your armamentarium, you can offer a relaxing experience in your practice that will encourage them to stay on top of their appointments.
Alpha-Stim versus Nitrous
You and your patients may not have heard of Alpha-Stim before, but once you see how it compares to nitrous oxide, you’ll be amazed!
Backed by decades of experience and over 100 clinical research studies, Alpha-Stim has stood the test of time – simply because it works. Bring Alpha-Stim into your practice today and witness firsthand how much of an improvement it can make. Your patients – and their smiles – will thank you.
Possible Side Effects of Nitrous
Additionally, in 2008, nitrous oxide was added to California’s Proposition 65 list of chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects, or reproductive harm3. Nitrous oxide is considered a risk for both developmental toxicity and female reproductive toxicity.
What Dentists and Patients are Saying
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- Winick, Reid L. Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES): a safe and effective low cost means of anxiety control in a dental practice. General Dentistry. 1999; 47(1):50-55.