IMAGINE: ANXIETY-FREE DENTAL VISITS
NORTH BOULDER SEDATION DENTISTRY — YOU NO LONGER HAVE TO BE AFRAID
Anxious patients no longer have to be afraid of the dentist. The dental care you need can be completed while you are completely relaxed and comfortable. It IS possible for you to smile with confidence and chew without pain.
Oral sedation dentistry is the use of oral sedation medications administered before (and sometimes during) a dental procedure to relax and calm the dental patient.
There are many benefits to oral sedation dentistry. Sedation with oral medications means there are no needles. You do not actually sleep during treatment, but you will be sedated enough to make you extremely at ease. By the next day, most patients remember little-to-nothing of the time they spent in the dental chair. Gone are memories of the office’s sights, sounds and smells are often traumatizing to people.
With sedation dentistry, time seems to pass very quickly, so hours feel like minutes. Oral sedation enables your dentist to work more efficiently and complete more treatment in fewer visits. It’s a great option if you need a large amount of dental care completed at one time. Many dental procedures can be completed with the help of sedation dentistry, including crown work, routine extractions, dentures, filling cavities, gum care, tooth whitening, bonding and typical hygiene.
WHO CAN BENEFIT?
- People who suffer from
dental phobia or anxiety.
- People who experienced traumatic past dental treatments.
- People who do not get numb easily.
- People who have extremely sensitive teeth.
- People who need a large amount
of dental work completed.
- People who gag easily.
- People who fear needles.
- People who dislike the sights, sounds, and smells associated
with dental treatment.
- People who are embarrassed about the amount of dental work needed.
After a consultation and health history review are completed, you and Dr.Evans will decide on a treatment plan that’s right for you. He will select the best oral sedation medications and doses to meet your individual needs. Often a pill is given to take the night before the appointment and/or one hour prior. You will then arrive with your companion at the office already feeling relaxed. Once there, Dr. Evans will decide whether or not to administer more medication.