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FREE Dentistry (Sedation dentistry)
allows you to be sedated just enough
to be pain free and unaware of the
treatment, as if you were relaxing.
That is why it is normally referred
to as conscious sedation dentistry.
So if you have sensitive teeth,
a fear of dentists, have a bad gag
reflex, hate needles, or have limited
time to spend on dental care at
the dentist, Sedation during dentistry
procedures can help you.
Whatever the case may be sedation
by your dentists can help you be
more anxiety free during your dentistry
treatment. Your dentist's ultimate
goal is to make your visit to the
dentist a relaxing and enjoyable
one. Since you are completely comfortable,
relaxed, and pain free your sedation
dentist can do years of dental treatments
in one or two dental visits.
sedation your dentist can restore
sore gums to good dental health,
fix a chipped tooth, replace crowns
or dentures, whiten yellow or stained
teeth, and more. All pain free.
Controlled Anesthetic Delivery System
Wand Plus® Computer Controlled
Anesthetic Delivery System
You may have heard about a device
known as "The Wand". The
wand is essentially a computer controlled
injection. This means that the injection
is guaranteed to be slow and therefore
more comfortable. Obviously it is
possible for the dentist to control
the speed himself with a standard
injection, but the idea of the wand
is to take out the "human error"
in the speed of the injection and
therefore ensure a reproducable
painless injection every time................
The Wand is a useful gadget because
it doesn't look like a traditional
syringe, it works really well! Needle
phobics love it... it's a bit slow
though, but apart from that, no
major disadvantages! If your dentist
offers it, cool, if not, many dentists
are well able to give painless injections
without it - it's not that widely
at All Day All Night Dental we utilise
this technology for the benefit
We want to make sure that your Dental
Experience is the most comfortable
and pain free one yet.
Gas ( Nitrous Oxide)
sedation, laughing gas, relative
analgesia, RA, happy gas, gas, nitrous,
nitrous oxide, N2O-O2... this one
has more synonyms than any other
sedation technique! And deservedly
so. Inhalation sedation with nitrous
oxide (N2O) and oxygen (O2) has
been described as "representing
the most nearly 'ideal' clinical
Nitrous oxide (N2O) is simply a
gas which you can breathe in. It's
colorless, sweet-smelling, and nonirritating.
our office, we used diazepam (Valium®)
and meperidine (Demerol®) for
many years, which are excellent
medications for lowering the level
of anxiety, for giving a feeling
of euphoria that seems to be needed
in erasing some of the prior negative
conditioning, or, if necessary,
bringing about amnesia: forgetting
the entire appointment. Recently,
oral triazolam (Halcion®) has
become very popular with sedation
dentists. It also has a high level
of safety and wears off more quickly
than diazepam, and thus is more
convenient for patients.
with very high levels of anxiety,
patients, in spite of very adequate
levels of sedative, still cannot
seem to endure the dental treatment.
However, after the appointment,
they may not be able to remember
the appointment. The treatment then
is successful in their mind and
this successful experience works
for their benefit by reducing their
anxiety in subsequent appointments.
patients with memories of traumatic
dental care, after a few appointments
with sedation, are able to move
away from the sedation. With a few
successful dental appointments under
their belt, the doctor can lower
the level of sedation so that they
remember the appointments with greater
and greater clarity, until they
no longer need sedation.
sedation with the proper medications
has an excellent safety record.
Valium® by itself is extremely
safe, even in large doses. Hoffman-LaRoche,
the manufacturer of Valium®,
has data on file showing patients
who have taken up to 2000 milligrams
(that would be the equivalent of
two full bottles of 10 mg. tablets)
in attempts to commit suicide, and
no rescue medications or other rescue
measures were needed, because vital
functions were not adversely affected.
Triazolam is of the same drug family,
and is also extremely safe. Nevertheless,
as a precaution, most dentists using
triazolam or diazepam employ monitoring
general anaesthesia in adults (being
put to sleep) is a treatment of
last resort. For most adults, sedation
works perfectly acceptably. If sedation
fails then GA can be provided. Also,
there are exceptional circumstances
under which general anesthesia is
recommended. But find out more below!
are General Anaesthesia and Deep
anesthesia (GA) is when you are
totally unconscious. In this state,
you can't feel any pain, even without
local anesthesia. You can't reliably
breathe on your own, so for more
complex procedures (such as fillings
- these are actually more complex
than extractions under GA!) and
procedures of longer duration you
need to having a "breathing
Deep sedation is a state of depressed
consciousness, where you may lose
the ability to breathe independently
and you can't respond to verbal
commands. However, you can still
feel noxious stimuli like pain,
so local anesthesia is necessary.
In contrast, what is usually called
"IV sedation" (or, in
advertisements, "twilight sleep")
in dentistry is conscious sedation.
Conscious sedation is a minimally
depressed level of consciousness
during which the patient is able
to breathe independently and/or
respond purposely to verbal command.
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