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Comfort and Sedation Dentistry
By Frederick Dental Group
August 31, 2021
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: sedation dentistry  

Dental anxiety can make even the simplest dental procedures scary. Developing a relationship with your trusted dentist can help put you at ease during your next dental appointment. Your dentist, Dr. Dave Verma, and Dr. Arpana Verma of Frederick Dental Group offer sedation dentistry in Frederick, MD, to make your dental appointments more comfortable.

What is Sedation Dentistry?

Sedation dentistry helps you relax as your dentist attends to you. Sedation dentistry is different from general anesthesia as you can usually stay awake while your dentist works. However, your dentist can sometimes put you to sleep for specific dental procedures. Sedation dentistry in Frederick, MD, can help if you have dental anxiety, are super sensitive to pain, or have a strong gag reflex. It may also be necessary for dental procedures that take a long time.

Forms of Dental Sedation

Oral Sedation

These are oral medications that your dentist can give you before your dental appointment. They help you relax during your procedure and reduce your discomfort. A huge advantage of oral sedation is that there is no need to start an IV. That makes it an excellent choice if you're scared of needles.

Inhaled Minimal Sedation

Here, your dentist places a mask delivering nitrous oxide, better known as laughing gas, over your nose. Laughing gas acts rapidly and helps you get comfortable during your dental appointment. Its effects typically wear off as the gas is turned off allowing you to function normally after the procedure with no lingering effects.

Sedation dentistry is safe with minimal side effects. The dentists here at Frederick Dental Group are highly trained in Sedation Dentistry.  Join the hundreds of patients before you who have conquered their fear of going to the dentist by having their dentistry done with sedation. Call (301) 624-1001 to schedule your dental appointment today.

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