Sedation Dentistry

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Vital Role of Sedation Dentistry in Pediatric Dentistry

Feb 15, 2024806 Views

When it comes to children’s dental care, ensuring a positive and stress-free experience is essential for their overall oral health and well-being. However, many children experience fear and anxiety when faced with dental procedures, making it challenging for them to receive the necessary care. This is where sedation dentistry plays a crucial role in pediatric […]

IV Sedation Dentistry — Should You Give it a Try?

Aug 15, 20224837 Views

Let’s be honest, the biggest reason we delay going to the dentist is because of that little fear in us. Seeing all those pointy tools isn’t quite comforting. However, thanks to anesthesia, dentists can now get to work without worrying about hurting their patients. That is probably why IV Sedation Dentistry has changed the course […]

What to Expect When You Have Sedation at the Dentist

Oct 12, 20185620 Views

Oral Sedation Dentistry At Spring Cypress Dental, blog we use minimal to moderate Oral Sedation Dentistry sedation to help patients relax during treatments. The idea behind our methods is the patient is always conscious, although often in a dream-like state. Blog on We feel this is the best way to ensure patients are responsive when […]

4 Steps to Take After Receiving Sedation at the Dentist

May 17, 20173228 Views

You’ve somehow managed to avoid eating before the procedure which, let’s be completely honest, is the most difficult part. You’ve received sedation, the procedure is over and here we are.  Now what, you ask. Here are the 4 steps to take after receiving sedation from your local dentist. What is Sedation? Before accurately listing the […]

What Services Does a Sedation Dentist Offer?

Dec 31, 20165014 Views

Generally, a dentist will only use a local anesthetic to numb the area where dental work is required. However, there are some patients who have a fear of the dentist, so they require a stronger method of sedation. There are various levels of sedation available from the dentist. These sedation methods are commonly referred to […]


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