Sedation Dentistry

Dental fear is common, and at Arden Dental Center, we understand that. We also know that almost half of Americans suffer from some level of dental anxiety. Many people skip their dental visits or essential dental procedures out of their fear. But now, with different methods of sedation dentistry, we can help our patients receive the dental care they require without any anxiety. 

Our dedicated team recognizes the importance of making your visit to the dentist an extremely relaxing and pain-free experience. Through sedation dentistry, our goal is to make you feel comfortable and calm during your dental visit so that it will be easy for the dentist to perform the procedure more efficiently, shortening the treatment time. For those with severe dental anxiety, sedation dentistry is like a blessing as these patients often delay their treatment or avoid meeting their dentist due to their fears. This delay can result in untreated oral conditions over time, leading to further complications. However, with the help of sedation dentistry, such patients can overcome this debilitating phobia and receive timely treatment, thus improving both their oral and overall health in return.

Types of Sedation Dentistry

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Oral Conscious Sedation

Oral conscious sedation includes sedatives and pain relievers to make the patients fall into a relaxed state of consciousness. This will help avoid any pain or discomfort.

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Nitrous Oxide Sedation

Nitrous oxide, or "laughing gas," is inhaled through a mask. The gas will put the patient in a calm state and keep them relaxed. Its effect wears off soon after the treatment.

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IV Sedation

IV or intravenous sedation is a type of sedation administered to the patient to get rid of their dental anxiety and keep them calm while the treatment is performed.

Who Can Benefit From Sedation Dentistry? 

Sedation dentistry, a technique employed to alleviate dental anxiety and fear, holds immense potential for transforming the experience of numerous individuals within the realm of oral healthcare. Here are those who can benefit from sedation dentistry:

Children

By using techniques such as oral sedation or nitrous oxide, dental procedures become less intimidating and stressful, allowing kids to receive the necessary care without unnecessary distress.

Patients with Dental Phobia

Sedation dentistry offers a lifeline for individuals with severe dental phobia to undergo procedures comfortably and without overwhelming fear.

Patients With Gag Reflex Issues

Through conscious sedation methods, the issue of the overly sensitive gag reflex can be effectively managed, allowing patients to receive essential dental care.

People Who Need Extensive Treatments

Sedation dentistry helps ease discomfort during lengthy sessions by inducing relaxation so that those undergoing extensive treatments can remain comfortable and stress-free.

People With Physical Disabilities

With sedation dentistry, people with physical disabilities can relax their muscles and achieve a calm state, facilitating successful treatment.

Patients With Low Pain Thresholds

Dental procedures inherently involve some level of discomfort or pain. Sedation allows patients with low pain thresholds to remain relaxed throughout procedures, minimizing any painful experiences.

Visit Dr. Lu, our best dentist in Bloomingdale, IL, to know more about Sedation Dentistry. Call us today at (630) 529 0303.

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531 E. Roosevelt Road, Suite 100,
Wheaton, IL 60187

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