Dental Tips Blog

Dec
23

Dental Sedation: The High Standard of Dental Care

Let’s talk about a growing trend in the dental field: sleep dentistry.

Varying levels of sedation are achieved with different techniques. Sedation dentistry isn’t a must for everyone, but virtually anyone can benefit if they want to take advantage of it.

All across the nation, dental sedation is changing the way thousands feel about their dental treatment.

The Incredible Psychological Benefit

Being sedated for dental care reduces stress on the body, rewiring the mental associations you have with dental care.

Thanks to sedation, you could totally erase painful memories of bad experiences with dentistry and start fresh. This helps you overcome mental obstacles that keep you from enjoying the beautiful and healthy smile you always wanted.

Make Dentistry Fit into Your Lifestyle

Have a growing laundry list of dental to-do projects?

Sedation can let you sleep through a single appointment to take care of all that treatment in one sitting. There’s no need to miss much work or school. Take just one day off and get it out of the way! You will likely feel as if you just took a really long nap.

Increasing Access to Care

Small children who are too young to understand why they need dental treatment could find a procedure like a root canal or extraction traumatizing. Patients with special needs are in a similar boat.

Why put these innocent hearts in such a taxing situation?

Even though they need care, children could experience unnecessary distress simply because they don’t fully comprehend the rationale. Sedation can play a major role in helping them get the care they need minus the anxiety they don’t.

Ask your dentist about sedation options available in your area and how it could improve your next treatment experience.

Posted on behalf of:
Dr. David Kurtzman D.D.S.
611 Campbell Hill St. NW #101
Marietta, GA 30060
(770) 980-6336

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