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FAQs on Sedation Dentistry

Q. Will I feel any pain?

Q. Who is a Candidate for Sedation Dentistry?

Q. Will I be unconscious?

Q. How long will I be sleeping?

Q. Will I be monitored?

Q. How can I learn more about sedation dentistry?

Q. What kinds of dental procedures can be done while I am under sedation?

Q. How many appointments will I need?

Q. Will I be totally relaxed during my Dental Sedation appointment?

Q. Will I remember anything after experiencing Dental Relaxation?

Q. Will I be groggy after the treatment is over?

Q. Will my insurance cover Dental Relaxation treatment?

Q. What is the name of the drug that I will be given?

Dental Fears and Anxieties

You are not alone - over 100 million Americans experience some form of fear or anxiety about going to the dentist. Sedation Dentistry can help! Call us today and find the relaxation technique that best suits your specific needs. Click on one of the links below to learn more about how Sedation Dentistry can ease common patient concerns.

I have a fear of the dentist and anxiety about needles and/or dental injections.

I have a fear of the dentist and what the dentist or the staff will say about my teeth & my poor oral hygiene - and how humiliated I will feel.

I wasn't given anesthetic for a painful dental procedure in the past and I'm afraid it will happen again.

I don't like the sights, sounds and smells of the dentist's office.

I choke/gag very easily and I'm scared of embarrassing myself and/or throwing up.

I have a fear of the dentist not stopping if I am distressed or in pain.

I'm worried that I will have a panic attack or start to cry or shake uncontrollably in the dentist chair and what the dentist/staff will think of me.

I can't sit still for long periods of time - I'm afraid I will get restless or have a strong reaction to feeling out of control.

I am afraid of not being told what's going on.

I am worried that I will not be able to afford the extensive treatment I need.

Please call us if you are concerned about an issue that is not listed here. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about how Sedation can help.