Consider the following scenario: You are stretched out in a chair at the dentist’s office holding a remote as you try to tune into your favorite radio station. A dental assistant attaches a paper bib around your neck. Someone clicks on a bright overhead light and you see latex-gloved hands moving toward your open mouth. You close your eyes.
How does this impact you? Does your heart start to pound? Are your palms sweaty?
If so, you may be a good candidate for sedation dentistry. Oral sedation benefits nervous dental patients every day. Moderate sedation assists in all types of dental procedures such as root canals, dental implants, and wisdom teeth removal.
If you are planning to undergo extensive restorative or cosmetic dental work, sedation dentistry may allow your dentist to perform multiple procedures in a single visit while you remain calm.
Don’t let fear prevent you from getting the dental treatment you need. Schedule a visit with Drs. Kernagis to learn about conscious sedation.
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