Sedation dentistry is a safe process that allows you to feel relaxed during your visit to the dentist. Dental sedation allows for pain free dentistry, no matter what type of procedure is needed.
If you are suffering from dental anxiety, acute gag reflex, or tooth sensitivity, dental sedation can help you get your healthy smile back. You can gain significant confidence and comfort with just one visit to your sedation dentist!
Montz and Maher Dental Group has sedation dentists who are qualified to offer pain free dentistry by administering oral conscious sedation, laughing gas, and intravenous sedation.
Each type of dental sedation works a little differently. To learn more about your options, you can see our “What Types of Dental Sedation are Available?” page or schedule a consultation with one of our sedation dentists today.
FAQs About How Dental Sedation Works
Will I feel any discomfort?
We call sedation dentistry “pain-free dentistry” because it effectively eliminates discomfort from most procedures. In addition to eliminating pain, sedation dentistry also eliminates worry and fear!
Will I be totally relaxed?
Yes. We will adjust your level of dental sedation to ensure that you are relaxed during your procedure. Your perception of time will change, and you will most likely be tuned out to the sights and sounds of your visit.
Will I remember anything?
Many patients have little to no memory of their appointments when they opt for sedation dentistry.
What are the side effects of dental sedation?
Thanks to sedation dentistry, patients may experience reduced postoperative soreness and decreased recovery times. Negative side effects like headaches and nausea are rare.
Can I drive myself if I use dental sedation?
This depends on what type of sedation we use. Laughing gas wears off quickly after you stop breathing it in, so driving is safe after your procedure. With our other dental sedation options, patients should have a responsible adult party drive them to and from their dental visit.
How can I start using sedation dentistry?
If you’re interested in pain free dentistry, it’s time to schedule your appointment with one of our sedation dentists. We will help you decide which approach to dental sedation is best for you.
If you are ready to relieve your dental anxiety by using dental sedation options, call today!