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5 REASONS TO CONSIDER - SEDATION DENTISTRY

Sedation Dentistry is used as a special medication to help patients relax during dental procedures. These medications range from laughing gas, anesthesia and nitrous oxide. It decreases the level of awareness, making them relaxed and calm. Dentists often use sedation dentistry to calm anxious patients before long and serious procedures.

We are listing reasons why you should consider sedation dentistry:

Fear Of Going To The Dentist & Sitting Still

Anxiety and fear are very common for patients visiting a dentist's office. It can also lead to them not being able to sit still during a procedure. This is where sedation dentistry comes in handy. It helps to relax and calm patients, making them feel happy and content. The patient won’t feel any pain nor will they remember the procedure. It helps them relax fidgety body parts.

It Makes Time Pass Quickly

Staring at the ceiling for hours while the dentist performs dental procedures can be very tiring and boring. Mild sedation makes time pass quickly without any comprehension.

Sedation Helps Eliminates Gag Reflex

With everything going on in the mouth, it can cause a gag reflex and several patients have a very high gag reflex, which makes procedures difficult. Mild sedation minimizes gag reflexes and allows dentists to continue the procedures without any interruptions.

It Saves Trips To The Dentist

A patient can handle so much during a procedure which is why their work is stretched and require multiple visits. Sedation help eliminates the possibilities of a second visit, allowing the dentist to finish his work in one go.

Sensitive Teeth And Gums

Sensitive teeth and gums can make dental procedures very painful and uncomfortable. Patients who suffer from sensitivity should opt for sedation as it helps eliminate pain and make the process quick.

Author:- 1 year ago By Dr. Brinda Kansagra
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