Oral Sedation

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Patients who are anxious about their dental treatment can choose oral sedation. This entails taking an anti-anxiety medication around an hour before your dental appointment. If you require major work or have not seen a dentist in a long time, this may be an excellent alternative.

Oral sedation is often known as “conscious sedation” because it does not put you to sleep. It will just relax you while the dentist works on your teeth. You will still be awake and able to answer the dentist’s questions. Patients frequently describe feeling drowsy, lighthearted, and “out of it.” You may have difficulty recalling the entire operation, which some patients find beneficial. To ensure your complete comfort and safety, our experts will monitor your level of sedation as well as your vital signs.

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Benzodiazepines are drugs used for oral sedation. These medicines are typically prescribed by doctors for anxiety and panic disorders, making them quite useful for individuals who are afraid of the dentist chair. We urge that you avoid eating or drinking anything other than clear liquids for at least six hours before your visit. Eating just before taking the drug may limit its effectiveness and create nausea.

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