Category: Dental Sedation

Why You Don’t Necessarily Need IV Sedation

When you think that dental sedation is something you would really like for yourself (or need, depending on the particular treatment), there may be part of you that wants to say, “Give me the IV sedation, doc! I want the strongest stuff you’ve got!” However, this is not necessarily the best approach or even necessary…. Read more »

When You Really Need IV Sedation

There may be instances in which IV sedation is the best option for anesthesia during your visit with us. While this may not be completely foreign to you, if you don’t know much about it, then chances run quite high that you have questions and would like some reassurance before you schedule your oral surgery… Read more »

Oral Sedation: Frequent Questions (And Answers)

When you discover that dental care truly can become more relaxing thanks to dental sedation, it’s a moment that can certainly put a smile on your face. However, when you find that you have a lot of options, you may feel both energized and a little bit uncertain about exactly how to proceed. Which one… Read more »

Nitrous Oxide: Answering Your Questions

As you’re learning about dental sedation, a good first stop regarding the details is to find out more about nitrous oxide. It might be something you’ve heard of before but it doesn’t mean you’ve got all of the facts hammered out quite yet. To ensure you’re getting the real information (rather than filling your mind… Read more »

Your Dental Sedation Guide

Have you discovered that we offer dental sedation, which gives you a moment of peace? However, is that wonderful moment followed by the realization that you’re not exactly sure which type of sedation we offer (and the fact that you don’t know a thing about different sedation options, anyway)? No worries! We understand that especially… Read more »

A Brief Introduction to Dental Sedation

Dental sedation isn’t always a routine part of dental treatment, but for patients who experience dental fear and anxiety, it can help them receive the general dental care that they need. For others, dental sedation can help them stay relaxed for longer periods of time in the dentist’s chair, making extensive or complex treatment more… Read more »