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Sedation Dentistry

You No Longer Have to Be Afraid

Fearful patients no longer have to be afraid of the dentist. Getting the treatment you need, can be done easily and painlessly while you are totally relaxed and comfortable.

Oral sedation has many benefits that make getting your dentistry possible. There are three types of sedation – General for children (Dr. Mansoor has hospital priviledges in Trenton), as well as IV and oral.

Many dental procedures can be completed with the help of sedation dentistry, including crown work, routine extractions, filling cavities, gum care, hygiene, root canals, and even IMPLANTS!

After a consultation and health history review are completed, you will decide on a treatment plan that’s right for you. Your dentist will select the best oral sedation medications and protocol to meet your individual needs.

Who Can Benefit From Oral Sedation Dentistry?

• high fear and anxiety about seeing a dentist;
• a history of traumatic dental experiences ;
• difficulty getting numb;
• very sensitive teeth;
• a need to have more dentistry completed in fewer visits;
• a bad gag reflex.

And people who:

• hate needles (oral sedation uses pills, not an IV needle);
• don’t do well with the sights, sounds, and smells associated with dental treatment;
• are embarrassed about the amount of dental work that may be required.

Q. Will I be unconscious?

A. No, but you will be completely relaxed and comfortable.

Q. Will I be monitored?

A. Yes, at all times. Your vital signs will be taken throughout the appointment and you will be monitored closely. One of our team will always be with you.

Q. Will someone need to accompany me to my appointment?

A. Yes, you will need a companion to drive you to and from your appointment. 

Q. How long will I remain sedated after my appointment?

A. Each person’s recovery time is different based on the medications and dosages that are used. You should plan on relaxing and taking it easy for the remainder of the day after your appointment and have your companion stay with your until you are fully recovered. 

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