Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry

Comprehensive Sedation

Like many patients, you may feel anxious at the very thought of dental treatment. If so, you may benefit from sedation dentistry at our Memphis practice. Implant and Family Dentistry understands that dental anxiety is a very real problem, and he offers compassionate, gentle care. He will help you select the right sedation option for your needs. He will also take as much time as you need to answer all your questions and to help you feel comfortable before treatment. Contact us today to learn more about how you can benefit from our advanced sedation options.

What Is Sedation Dentistry?

Occasionally a patient may become anxious and cannot relax during an office visit. As many as 30% of adults in America are afraid of needles. Sedation dentistry offers these dental patients a safe and effective alternative through sedation dentistry.

There are three forms of conscious sedation that allow a patient to relax and/or become sleepy. Forms of conscious sedation may involve nitrous oxide analgesia, taking an oral medication or receiving medication intravenously.

One of the benefits of sedation dentistry is that it eliminates movement during a periodontal or dental implant procedure. Sedation dentistry relaxes the patient and allows those who might avoid a dental visit a safe and anxiety-free alternative. If you are hesitant about scheduling your next visit, consider sedation dentistry. Ask us for more information, and we will be sure to put your mind at ease.

Benefits Of Sedation

Dental sedation has proven immensely helpful in easing patient anxiety. If you suffer from this condition, you may have put off dental treatment for years. As a result, you may now be at risk for decay, or you may require extensive restorative treatment. Sedation dentistry allows you to receive the treatment you need without worry or stress. Thanks to our gentle and personalized care, you can restore your oral health and enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile.

Learn More During A Consultation

If anxiety has kept you from receiving the treatment you need, sedation dentistry may be the solution. Call us at (901) 377-3988 or request an appointment today to find out more about our sedation options.

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