Sedation Dentistry Facts

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Many people throughout Overland Park have extreme anxiety when faced with an impending dental appointment. If you are one of them, you should know that you are in good company. At the same time, your teeth need to be protected so that trip to the dentist is definitely warranted. Learn some sedation dentistry facts to discover how you can potentially ease that anxiety moving forward.

Sedation Dentistry Works

When you are sedated, either via a pill or intravenously, you will have nothing to worry about when it comes to pain or discomfort. In addition, the medication will help you feel calm and relaxed. This will get you through the procedure and on the path to healthier teeth.

Sedation Dentistry is Safe

You might be sedated, but you will be awake for the entire procedure. There is the option to become deeply sedated, and that would put you to sleep, but even that is 100% safe. For most people, you will be completely conscious as the dentist works on your teeth. You have nothing to worry about, and you might even find that many of your dental related phobias begin to dissipate over time.

Treatment Time Is Reduced

If you have extreme dental anxiety, the average time our office will need to treat you increases. We must take more breaks and allow you to get more comfortable and relaxed. When you are sedated, treatment time can be reduced significantly. This allows our dentist to complete your procedure in far less time, resulting in less fatigue on your part. It is an overall more effective way of getting the necessary treatment to keep your teeth healthy and vibrant.

Contact Our Sedation Dentist in Overland Park

To learn more about sedation dentistry facts, please feel free to contact KC Smile at 913-491-6874, or online using our contact form.

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