Dental Tips Blog

Apr
9

Here’s How Your Child Could Benefit from Dental Sedation

Dental sedation is a safe process when a well-trained professional team treats your child. Here are some of the ways sedation could make the next dental experience a better one for your child.

Sedation Keeps Your Child Safe

One of the main reasons kids often need sedation at the dental office is to keep them safe. Anxious or fussy children, especially young ones, may thrash around or try to leave the chair while there are tools running, putting them at risk for serious injury.

Dental sedation helps kids relax and stay still, so that the dentist can safely complete their necessary treatment.

Sedation Allows for Efficient Care

Children usually can’t sit through lengthy treatment without getting anxious or upset. If they essentially doze through it, however, they won’t even be aware of how much time has gone by. This is especially helpful when it comes to long complex dental procedures.

As a bonus, when a child is sedated, a dentist can get a lot more done in a single sitting. That means fewer dental appointments for you to schedule.

Sedation Keeps Your Child Comfortable

You hate the thought of your little one suffering any kind of discomfort. Sedation works along with local numbing injections to keep your child as comfortable as possible.

Sedation Helps Your Child Form Positive Memories

When your child has no memories of scary dental treatment, then he or she won’t have any reason to fear the dentist. They’ll be much more cooperative at future visits and possibly look forward to their upcoming appointments.

Ask your child’s dentist for more information on safe dental sedation.

Posted on behalf of:
Dunwoody Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
1816 Independence Square, Suite B
Dunwoody, GA 30338
(770) 399-9199

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