Those who are comfortable with and healthy enough to undergo anesthesia and have one of the following concerns may be a great candidate for sedation dentistry.
For those who know that a local anesthetic won’t be enough to make their visit comfortable, conscious sedation provides a state of relaxation that is deeper and puts most patients in a sleeping state during the procedure. With this approach, you won’t feel any pain, and you’ll be able to respond to your dentist’s questions and commands. Since communication is important in the dentist-patient relationship, conscious sedation is an excellent option for those who have a little extra anxiety about dental work.
If you are looking for an office that does sedation dentistry near you, want to learn more, and want to see if you are a candidate for sedation dentistry, contact us here.
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