Cosmetic Dentistry


When looking for a place to relax, how often does your dentist’s office come to mind? If it doesn’t, then you haven’t experienced Dr. Thomas Sammons and Dr. Ann Laurent Dental Artistry.

When you visit Dr. Sammons and Dr. Laurent, you will quickly discover a local family dentist that’s not a typical dental office--it more resembles a relaxing spa. From the moment you enter, you smell our soothing aroma therapeutic candles and are happily greeted by one of our team members.


  • Cosmetic Bonding

  • Cosmetic Braces

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Veneers and Laminates

  • Dental Implants - 

Composite Tooth-Colored Fillings

Crowns and Bridges

Root Canals

Preventative Health

Full Mouth Rehab

Periodontal Disease

Wisdom Teeth

Tooth Extractions

TMD/TMJ Disorders and Treatments

Oral Sedation involves taking a prescribed medication prior to dental treatment and provides a deeper level of sedation compared to nitrous oxide. Some patients will fall asleep with the use of oral sedation while others will experience a deep sense of relaxation while being awake. We advise that you have a friend/family member drive you to/from your appointment with the use of oral sedation. Additional nitrous oxide can also be administered throughout your procedure.

If you have questions about Causey Med Aesthetic facial services or you’re ready to explore your options, schedule an appointment today!

Causey Med Aesthetic Offers Anxiety Free Dentistry:


Anxiety Free Dentistry

We Cater To You.. And To Your Smile

Our practice is designed to cater to those with dental anxiety and we pride ourselves in helping our patients overcome their dental anxiety once they’ve experienced Dr. Thomas Sammons and Dr. Ann Laurent Dental Artistry.

At Dental Artistry, we want your dental experience to be as pleasant as possible. Because of this, our practice offers anxiety-free dental services. Our anxiety-free dental services center around using sedation dentistry, as well as a spa-like dental environment. We strive to cater to your every sense to make your dental treatment was relaxing and calming as possible.

Did You Know?

Around 75% of Americans experience some form of dental fear, with around 10% having a severe dental phobia that causes them to avoid the dentist. Although dental fear is somewhat common, recent advancements in dental technology has made dental care much easier and more comfortable. Nowadays, many dentists also make special efforts to address patient’s anxieties and make treatment easier for them.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do I have dental anxiety?

If you have an irrational fear about visiting the dentist, then you may have dental anxiety. Most individuals with dental anxiety practice avoidance methods and simply do not visit the dentist. As a result, these individuals will usually only visit the dentist as a result of being in extreme pain.

Other signs of possible dental anxiety include: sleeping difficulties the night before a dental appointment, crying or becoming physically ill at the thought of going to the dentist, feeling uneasy when dental instruments are placed in your mouth, having a difficulty breathing when being evaluated, or feeling extremely nervous, terrified, or panicked while in the waiting or examining room.


What causes dental anxiety?

Dental anxiety is usually caused by the following factors:

  • Fear of pain

  • Fear of injections

  • Fear of anesthetic side effects

  • Feelings of helplessness or loss of control

  • Embarrassment due to lack of personal space


How can I manage my dental anxiety?

If you suffer from dental anxiety, you can help manage this anxiety by addressing the above factors. Dr. Sammons and Dr. Laurent are both committed to providing you the with most comforting level of care and will take the time to discuss any anxieties you may be having. Sharing your fears and feelings with your dentist will help to relieve your anxiety and help our dentists give you a more positive experience. Distractions and being mindful of pleasant sensations have also been proven to help relieve anxiety. At Dental Artistry, we offer various techniques to help you manage your dental anxiety, such as sedation dentistry, distractions, and pleasant sensations to focus on.


Simply put, a PRP facial uses your own blood’s platelets and plasma on your face. The natural chemicals in your own PRP are slathered onto your face and then micro-needled into the skin during a short procedure. Once the plasma is in, it begins to do its work of rejuvenating your entire face, tightening wrinkled areas, and smoothing the overall look. It’s able to do that because PRP’s essential chemical components stimulate collagen growth.  


IPL Photofacial Info


SilkPeel Dermalinfusion (DiamondGlow) or hydrodermabrasion skin treatments combine non-invasive exfoliation with the infusion of skin-specific topical solutions to improve and revitalize the skin. An advanced form of microdermabrasion, Silkpeels are unique because they do not use crystals. This safe and painless treatment is one of our most popular non-laser treatments.


Dermaplaning is a manual, physical exfoliation technique that safely and efficiently removes surface debris with a dermaplaning blade. This treatment has many benefits and is quick, safe and effective with no downtime. Dermaplaning can be done as an add-on during a facial treatment or before specific chemical peels to allow for better penetration of the solution or product. Dermaplaning is a great tool to achieve more even exfoliation and better results for anti-aging treatments. 

Contact Causey Med Aesthetic today to book your appointment for facial services in Baton Rouge, LA!

Whether you are visiting for the first time or are a returning customer, you’ll find us ready to provide you with customized facial solutions that keep you looking remarkable.

Facial Services in Baton Rouge, LA