Sedation Dentistry

There is a remarkable solution for your anxiety available at AnteraPark Clinic, If you have lived with the fear of going to the dentist. Sedation dentistry, a set of advanced pain-management techniques that employ sedatives to help patients relax during their dental procedures, can be a life-changing.

By eliminting or reducing the anxiety involved in planning a visit to the dentist, sedation dentistry allows patients to receive much-needed dental care without the worry about the procedure. Whether you need periodontal treatment, Emax veneers, porcelain crowns, dental bridges, dental implants, cavity fillings, or another treatment, sedation dentistry can help you have a more relaxing and stress-free experience than you might have imagined possible. Contact Antera Park Clinic now to schedule a free online consultation.

Sedation Dentistry Options

Depending on your level of anxiety and the procedure to be performed, the sedative may be given orally or intravenously. The following sedation dentistry options are made available to patients at AnteraPark Clinic:

IV Sedation - Conscious Sedation

An enhanced method of administering sedatives known as Intravenous (IV) sedation in which a sedative is administered via injection may be advised for patients with moderate to severe dental anxiety.

IV Sedation produces a deeply relaxed yet conscious state such that most patients hardly notice when the anesthesia is administered at the beginning of the appointment.

The sedative effect lasts throughout the appointment and usually lingers for several hours afterward, so you can relax and enjoy the rest of your day.

The borad-certified anesthesiologist ensures great safety and efficacy during IV sedation.

The Dental procedures with IV Sedation can only be carried out at the hospitals under the supervision of anesthesiologists. AnteraPark Clinic offers IV Sedation for crowns, veneers, root canal treatments, fillings and implant procedures such as all on 4, full set of implants or individual implant placement.

General Anesthesia - Unconscious Sedation

General anesthesia, combination of medication, puts you into a sleep-like state before medical procedures. You are fully unconscious while under general anesthesia, so you are not aware of any pain. Typically, a combination of intravenous medications and inhaled gases is used for general anesthesia.

An anesthesiologist who is a doctor specialized in anesthesia monitors your body's vital functions and manages your breathing.

The Dental procedures with general anesthesia can only be carried out at the hospitals under the supervision of anesthesiologists. AnteraPark Clinic offers general anesthesia for implant procedures such as all on 4, full set of implants or individual implant placement only. General Anesthesia requires a set of tests at the hospital for medical fitness to have procedures under general anesthesia.

Sedation Dentistry FAQs

Sedation dentistry options can help you overcome dental fears and experience a more comfortable, relaxing treatment.

Below, you will find some of the most frequently asked questions about sedation dentistry and how it can help you meet your needs. Please contact us now for more information, or schedule an appointment.

Q. Which sedation dentistry option should I choose?

A. The ideal solution for your needs will rely on a variety of elements, such as how fearful and anxious you are, the scope and difficulty of the treatment, your medical background, and others. At AnteraPark Clinic, we provide both oral and intravenous sedation, both of which have a great deal of potential for placing patients into a happy state of relaxation during treatments. During your initial online consultation, one of our skilled dentists will assess your needs and assist you in choosing the sedation dentistry option that will work best for you.

Q. Will someone be monitoring me during the treatment?

A. Yes. The anesthesiologist will monitor your vital signs and make sure everything is running smoothly at all times.

Q. Will I feel any pain during the procedure?

A. Most likely, no pain or discomfort will be felt after sedation dentistry. These methods are designed to make treatment for patients painless, stress-free, and even enjoyable!