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Alleviate Dental Anxiety with City Dental’s Sedation Dentistry

Alleviate Dental Anxiety with Sedation Dentistry

Alleviate dental anxiety with sedation dentistry at City Dental in Surrey to aid those who are anxious or phobic upon visiting the dentist. Among fear, there are a multitude of reasons to visit a clinic providing sedation services, namely for patients with a severe gag reflex, or special needs patients. Complex dental problems are also better solved while sedated to avoid unnecessary pain, along with the fear of needles.

 

The Process

Oral (breathing of nitrous oxide) and IV sedation (a small needle in the arm) are the two types of offered services. Within these, there are different levels of sedation: minimal (in which the patient is conscious yet relaxed), moderate (falling asleep yet able to utter words), deep (almost completely unconscious but can be awoken), and general anaesthesia (completely unconscious). Any type of sedation is almost instant, and the patient won’t remember anything between the point of sedation and waking up. A chaperone is necessary to pick up and watch over the patient, as wooziness and disorientation are common symptoms. Take it easy for the rest of the day, and the next morning, the patient will wake up as good as new with an amazing set of teeth. If you would like to know more on about the process of sedation dentistry, click here. City Dental prides itself in providing extremely safe and reliable services and takes every precaution when performing any dental work.

Determining which dental treatment to take part in, especially within the field of sedation dentistry, can be a difficult decision without professional input; we’re thrilled to say we offer free consultations to help lift any concerns you may have by calling (604) 496-7676. No matter what your treatment, your comfort and safety in maintaining healthy and beautiful teeth is our number one priority. We’re here to listen to any concerns you may have, and love making dentistry experiences as pleasant as possible.

 

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