Reasons For Sedation
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Sedation dentistry can be extremely beneficial, making it easier to visit the dentist.
Below are the primary reasons to consider sedation dentistry for yourself or someone you love who is afraid of the dentist or dreads dental visits.
Dental Anxiety Or Fear
If you suffer from dental anxiety or fear that makes it hard for you to visit the dentist, sedation can help.
Complex Dental Treatments
If you’re typically able to undergo routine dental procedures without the aid of sedation, but are feeling anxious about more complex treatments, sedation can help.
Sedation dentistry can be used for complex dental treatments, such as:
- crowns and bridges
- dental implants
- root canals
- teeth extractions (including wisdom teeth extractions)
- cosmetic dentistry and smile makeovers
A mild form of sedation (laughing gas) can even help with cleanings and fillings.
Severe Gag Reflex
If you have a severe gag reflex, which gets triggered by dental treatment, sedation can help.
If you have a physical disability that makes it difficult to tolerate dental treatment, sedation can help.
Large Block Of Treatment In A Single Visit
If you would like to get a large block of dental treatment completed in a single appointment, sedation can help.
If you – or someone you love – have been putting off a trip to the dentist, give sedation a try. It could make a huge difference, helping you regain and maintain good dental health.
If you have any questions about the reasons for sedation dentistry, please call (480) 493-0046, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please make note: Our dental office is in Mesa, at 2727 E McKellips Road, near Falcon Field (just off the Red Mountain Freeway). We’re close to you, if you live or work in: Gilbert, Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler, or Phoenix. We accept most insurance plans and are in network (preferred providers) for: Aetna, Cigna Dental, Delta Dental, Guardian, Metlife, United Healthcare, Humana, and United Concordia.