Sedation (Sleep) Dentistry (Nitrous and Oral)

Sleep dentistry can help make otherwise nerve-wracking visits calm and comfortable.

What is Sedation (Sleep) Dentistry?

It’s not uncommon for patients to feel fearful of visiting the dentist. Our goal here at Sudbury Dental is to provide a variety of sedation options to make your appointments with us more comfortable. We provide both oral sedation as well as nitrous oxide, available to patients of all ages and varying medical needs. Sleep dentistry can help make otherwise nerve-wracking visits calm and comfortable.

Why would you need Sedation (Sleep) Dentistry?

Sleep dentistry can make difficult appointments more comfortable. We provide a range of sedation options to meet the needs of each of our patients. Some of the main reasons you’d consider sedation dentistry include:

• You put off visiting the dentist because of fears and phobias
• You feel uncomfortable when treatment is being provided
• You or a loved one finds it difficult to sit still in the dental chair
• You’d rather not remember the procedure
• You need invasive or complicated oral surgery

What makes you a good candidate for Sedation (Sleep) Dentistry?

Because we customize the sedation for each of our patients, it is a safe and effective option for most people wanting it. You will have a consultation with Dr. Kang who will help decide which sedation option is right for you. At your next appointment, we can administer the oral or nitrous sedation per your request. You can rest assured that sedation is always administered safely and gently.

What happens during the procedure for Sedation (Sleep) Dentistry?

Prior to receiving any form of sedation, we will discuss your options with you. You are in total control over when you want sedation and what type you’d prefer. We offer both oral sedation as well as nitrous oxide. We can discuss both types and provide you with information on what to expect. It is important that you have someone else drive you to and from your appointments when sedation is being administered. We may recommend full sedation if you have complicated oral surgery or a more invasive procedure in the near future.

If you are interested in sedation, or sleep, dentistry, call our office today and we will work to get you scheduled for a consultation.