Concious Sedation

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If you're one of the many who suffers from "dental phobia," IV sedation can be administered to help you relax while your dentist completes the procedures to maintain your oral health.

1-Relaxation – Sedation Dentistry reduces stress and anxiety allowing patients to relax.
2-Comfort – Being relaxed with less stress means a more comfortable experience.
3-Movement Control – Sedation minimizes patient movements helping dentists perform quality treatments.
4-Patient Cooperation – An anxious patient can become uncooperative making Proper dental care difficult.
5-Control of Gag Reflex – Reducing the gag reflex helps patients relax and dentists to provide quality treatments.

- I V SEDATION
- Nitrous Oxide
- Oral Medication

Regardless of which type of sedation is used, a local anaesthetic will still be administered to relieve pain if the procedure could cause any discomfort.

Wisdom teeth can be removed while you are in the chair. You usually don't need to go to hospital.

IV sedation is also available for oral surgery procedures.

By offering effective, contemporary pain relief options for in-chair procedures, we are able to handle a large percentage of dental procedures without the use of external hospital-based surgery.

-Compared to oral sedation or nitrous oxide, you'll reach a deeper level of sedation.
-If you suffer from a heavy gag reflex, IV sedation greatly reduces it.
-IV sedation takes effect rather quickly and can be customized to fit your individual needs.
-Unlike deep sedation or general anaesthesia, you'll remain conscious during your procedure and still be able to cooperate with instructions.

Prior to your treatment, you'll receive medication through an intravenous line. This will place you in a calm, relaxed state. Even though you'll be sedated, you'll still retain all verbal and physical response capabilities. You'll maintain this relaxed state while the dental team completes your treatment.

- Someone should take you home. You should not drive.
- Once at home, rest for the remainder of the day.
- Avoid alcohol, and take medications only as directed.
- Avoid hazardous or strenuous activities. It's best not to eat a heavy meal immediately following your procedure.
- Avoid driving a motor vehicle for the rest of the day.

If you encounter any issues or abnormalities, please call our office. We can help you relax with intravenous sedation during your dental treatments. Call Top smile clinic at…….

Nitrous oxide is a safe and effective sedative agent that is mixed with oxygen and inhaled through a small mask that fits over your nose to help you relax.

Nitrous oxide, sometimes called “laughing gas,” is one option your dentist may offer to help make you more comfortable during certain procedures. It is not intended to put you to sleep. You will be able to hear and respond to any requests or directions the dentist may have.

Your dentist will ask you to breathe normally through your nose, and within a few short minutes you should start to feel the effects of the nitrous oxide. Ultimately, you should feel calm and comfortable. The effects of nitrous oxide wear off soon after the mask is removed.

- Mildly apprehensive patient
- A frightened child
- To reduce awareness of time and fatigue
-To reduce dental stress
- To control gagging
- When requested by the patient

Talk to your dentist at Top smile clinic about whether nitrous oxide might be a good option for you. Call us to enquire.

Oral sedation dentistry is a medical procedure involving the administration of oral sedative drugs, generally to facilitate a dental procedure and reduce patients' fear and anxiety related to the experience.