Dental sedation includes a variety of techniques that a dentist may use to:
Depending on the treatment required, your dentist may recommend a sedative.
Sedation is administered in one of three ways:
Your dentist will recommend the form of sedation that is right for you.
Both oral and intravenous (I.V.)sedation effects will linger on past the dental appointment. A friend or family member is required to accompany the patient to drive the patient to and from the appointment.
Talk with your dentist if you have concerns about dental sedation.
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