Dental Surgery Sedation
Sedation dentistry is sometimes erroneously referred to as sleep dentistry. This term, however, is not the fullest meaning of sedation, because the medications you receive don't exactly put you to sleep, although you are likely to feel sleepy while under sedation. Sedation dental surgery is different from general anaesthesia, which leads to a deeper state of sleep.
Who is eligible for sedation dentistry?
Any person who is in need of dental treatment, either for health or cosmetic purposes, but has anxiety and fear about undergoing treatment, or has an extreme fear of needles, is likely to benefit from sedation dental surgery.
If you have had a history of frightening dental experiences, you may be wary of being in a dentist's chair again, and sedation dentistry can help you overcome this fear.
Other persons who may benefit from sedation are those that have severe gag reflexes and find it hard to tolerate treatments in the mouth.
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