Sedation Can Help If You Have A Physical Disability
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If you have a physical condition or disability that makes it hard to tolerate some or all types of dental treatments, sedation can help.
The most common types of conditions that make visits to the dentist hard include:
- anxiety and fear of the dentist
- trouble getting numb
- strong gag reflex
- small mouth
- difficulty sitting still
- excessive drooling
- aversion to being touched
- muscle spasms or tics
- jaw discomfort or TMJ
- issues with swallowing
- inability to keep your mouth open for long periods of time
Not getting the dental treatment you need isn’t a positive way to deal with the difficulty of dental visits. That approach might work in the short term, but it could have longterm consequences.
It’s very important to maintain good dental health, in part, because there’s a distinct tie between dental health and overall health.
There are three types of sedation available for dentistry that can make it easier to undergo dental treatments:
The type of sedation that would be best for you will depend on your physical disability or condition, your dental and medical history, and the type of dental procedure.
For example, you might be able to tolerate a simple cleaning with the help of nitrous oxide. But you might need oral sedation or IV sedation for more complicated procedures, such as dental implants, teeth extractions, crowns and bridges, and root canals.
You can talk about your sedation options and the best approach in a free dental consultation, which includes X-rays. We also offer pediatric dentistry sedation options including laughing gas and oral sedation.
If you have any questions about how sedation may help you or someone you love, please call (480) 493-0046, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please make note: Our dental office is fully handicap-accessible. We’re located in Mesa, just off Gilbert and Red Mountain Freeway. We’re one of the few dental offices in the East Valley (and greater Phoenix area) to offer all three types of sedation. You’re close to our office if you live or work in: Mesa, Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale, Gilbert, or Chandler.