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Sedation Dentistry

You may be having a nagging toothache but you do not prefer to visit a dental clinic. The reason could be a bad experience that you may have gone through in the past and the pain that is associated with it. Studies have shown that more than 30% of the population does not prefer to visit dental clinics due to the misconception of pain. It should be noted that if you fail to get your dental treatment done on time, it might lead to a complication.

Well, in this case, you should not worry at all once you look forward to seeking an appointment for sedation dentistry. The dentist administers patients with medications or sedatives that lead to deep relaxation, thereby promoting sleepiness. This procedure is done in order to calm anxious patients. Hence, the dental procedure gets done without you feeling anxious or uncomfortable. Sedatives are available in different forms, such as inhalants, tablets, etc. Thus, you can always find it to be quite effective in getting rid of your fear of visiting the dentist. 

Types of sedation dentistry

  • Oral medication: Prior to the procedure, sedatives such as Xanax, Halcion, or Valium are administered to the patients. Patients feel sleepy but they never go unconscious at all. Some tests are done before the oral sedative is given as they might prove to be inappropriate for some patients who fail to behaviorally or physically cooperate with it. 
  • Nitrous oxide: Also known as laughing gas, Nitrous Oxide helps to provide a calmness to the patients. Here, it is very important to make an extensive research on finding the best and experienced dental practitioner. This can also prove to be quite effective in getting the best result out of it. 
  • Intravenous (IV) sedation: In this procedure, sedatives are delivered in the form of an injection. A  trained anaesthesiologist provides the best solutions for patients with severe gag reflex or fear of dental procedures.

Enjoy the best advantages

If you happen to receive dental sedatives, it would make you realize that you do not remember the procedure that has taken place. So, you can always expect to undergo a painless treatment that would prove to be quite comfortable. So, if you really wish to improve your smile, then this procedure would surely help to provide you with the best result. You would no longer fear about consulting a dentist for your oral issues at all as it would make you enjoy the anxiety-free and painless treatment.

Call us at 480-888-8123 or schedule an online appointment to have a consultation with Dr. Matheson at our practice in Queen Creek, AZ 85142
Location

20713 E. Ocotillo Road, Suite 102, Queen Creek, AZ-85142

Phone: (480) 888-8123

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Fax: (480) 888-8374

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THU - FRI 7:00 am - 4:00 pm

SAT - SUN Closed

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