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Sedation Dentistry Keeps You Calm & Comfortable

We Take All The Stress Out Of Your Dental Visit

There are many different types of sedation that can make your dental experience more comfortable. One of the most common forms of sedation for less invasive procedures is conscious sedation. Conscious sedation is a combination of medicines to help you relax and block pain. You will still be awake, but may not be able to respond normally. 

Conscious sedation allows you to recover quickly and return to your everyday activities very shortly after your appointment. It is important to remember, however, that driving should be avoided for the first 24 as some people are more sensitive than others. 

Sedation is always given by a licensed nurse or dentist in the clinic and is made to wear off very quickly after your appointment. Even though recovery is fairly quick, an escort is necessary to assist you in leaving the practice. 

There are many different ways to receive your medicine. It can either be through an IV, an injection, or orally. If the medicine is given through IV or injection, you will begin to feel drowsy and relaxed very soon after. If the medicine is given for you to swallow, you will feel the effects within 30 to 60 minutes. 

Throughout the whole procedure, your dentist will be monitoring your health to make sure you are okay. It is completely normal for your breathing to slow and your blood pressure to drop a little. You shouldn’t need help with your breathing, but extra oxygen may be delivered to you through a mask or pushed into your IV. Your provider will stay by your side until you are discharged to keep you safe. 

You may fall asleep, but you will wake up easily and be able to respond to verbal cues. After your procedure, you may feel drowsy and not remember much from your procedure. This is only further assurance that you remained comfortable throughout your entire procedure and afterward. 

People that have experienced traumatic dental experiences tend to use conscious sedatives at all of their appointments. At Toland Dental, we will work with you to make sure you have the utmost comfortable care no matter how invasive the surgery is. Trust us with all of your dental-related needs, call today.



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