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Sedation Dentistry in Bonita Springs

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BY Proscia Dental

A branch of dentistry designed to help patients overcome their fear during the dental procedure. Here at Proscia Dental, we provide sedation dentistry to let our patients experience comfortable and pain-free dental experience. For patients who are avoiding the dentist because they fear that the procedure and treatment are painful, then worry no more! Sedation dentistry will help patient calm by using an invasive for treatment such as root canal, dental implants and other minor to major dental surgeries.

What is Sedation Dentistry

The process of giving sedatives to the patient to make them feel relaxed, comfortable and anxiety-free during the procedure. During sedation, the person is conscious and relaxed.  For invasive treatments, the patient is unconscious.

Benefits of Sedation Dentistry

  • Overcome Dental Anxiety

Patients are nervous when undergoing a dental procedure or even just a thought of it. With the help of sedation dentistry, the patient is relaxed making the procedure comfortable and hassle-free process.

  • Pain Relief

Sedatives help the patient to undergo a painless dental procedure. The brain prevents the registration of pain while the patient is under a powerful Sedative.

  • Time Efficient

Sedation dentistry reduces the time consumed during the procedure and appointments with the dentist. The procedure or treatment can be done faster and smoothly.

Types of Sedation we offer at Proscia Dental

  • Oral Sedation

A sedative in the form of a pill. Taken orally by the patient before the procedure where the sedation level is under mild to moderate that wear off just after the procedure.

  • Local Anesthesia

It is used to numb the affected tooth and the surrounding area. The effect may last a little longer after the procedure and painkillers are prescribed after the surgery to treat post-op pain.

Levels of Sedation

  • Mild Sedation

In this level of sedation, the patient is conscious and relaxed.

  • Moderate Sedation

The patient is awake but may slur words when speaking and can’t remember most of the procedure.

  • Deep Sedation

The patient is likely to be unconscious but can still be awakened.

  • General Anesthesia

The patient is unconscious up until the end of the procedure.Everyone deserves an anxious-free, comfortable dental experience. Avail of our Sedation Dentistry services in Bonita Springs. Book your appointment with us at Proscia Dental, call (239) 494-4574

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