3 Types Of Sedation Dentistry ~ Phoenix, Arizona

Due to the expansive array of exciting enhancements in the field of sedation dentistry, a dental visit can be a much more comfortable and relaxed experience. Perhaps you have anxiety or fear about visiting a dentist, or you may like to use sedation for a dental surgery or possibly for restorative work…in either case, there are different sedation options available.

IV Sedation Dentistry – General anesthesia is administered through an IV that is placed into your arm. Throughout your dental visit, oxygen levels, blood pressure, and pulse are monitored to assure your safety.

Oral Sedation Dentistry – With this type of sedation (which is also referred to as “conscious sedation” or “sleep dentistry”) you are conscious during the procedure, but relaxed and comfortable. Time passes by quickly, and in all likelihood, you will have little or no memory of your appointment after it’s completed. All you have to do is take a pill and “sleep” the time away. Throughout your dental visit, oxygen levels, blood pressure, and pulse will be monitored to assure your total safety.

Nitrous Oxide Sedation Dentistry – “Laughing gas” is often paired with Novocain, and it helps relax you, allowing you to comfortably tolerate treatment.

Many sedation dentists in Phoenix offer free consultations, during which the three types of sedation dentistry can be explained.  During this time, you will be able to ask questions and discuss your specific situation and concerns.

If you live or work in the Greater Phoenix area, including Tempe, Scottsdale, Chandler, Glendale, Peoria, Mesa, Queen Creek, or Sun Valley, Arizona, contact a sedation dentist near you for additional details.