March 28, 2016
Have you heard about sedation dentistry? It’s a wonderful way to relieve nerves and improve your oral health with regular dental care. Keep reading to learn more about sedation dentistry in Framingham.
All About Sedation Dentistry
Our office is happy to offer sedation dentistry to patients who deal with dental fear and anxiety, or for those whose physical limitations make it difficult for them to sit in the dental chair. With both nitrous oxide (also known as laughing gas) and oral conscious sedation, we can help you receive the dental care you’ve been putting off at long last.
Nitrous oxide is best for those with mild to moderate anxiety undergoing simple procedures. It’s a gas you inhale throughout your dental treatment, and its effects wear off as soon as the mask is removed. Oral conscious sedation offers a deeper level of relaxation, and is better for those with more significant fear or anxiety undergoing longer, involved procedures. This option may produce grogginess for several hours following the dental treatment.
Benefits of Sedation Dentistry
Sedation dentistry improves oral health
When you’re not constantly stressed out about the thought of visiting the dentist, it becomes something you’ll do with more frequency — and that means your oral health will greatly improve. Too many adults avoid necessary preventive care due to their fear of sitting in the dental chair. Sedation dentistry can help you overcome your anxiety, changing your attitude about dental care for the good of your health.
Different options to meet your needs
People suffering from moderate to severe anxiety usually benefit most from oral sedation, while those who could just stand to be a bit more relaxed in the dental chair may only ever need nitrous oxide (laughing gas). Whatever your needs, there’s sure to be an option just right for you.
Sedation dentistry for special needs
While the method has proven highly effective for helping adults and children overcome their jitters, sedation dentistry has another invaluable application — helping those with special needs receive the dental care they need. Patients who have mobility issues, for example, can finally settle comfortably into the dental chair with nitrous oxide or oral sedation.
Contact Us Today!
Would you like to find out how you can benefit from visiting the sedation dentist in Framingham? Contact the office of Mark Fried DMD to ask questions or schedule your appointment today. With the help of nitrous oxide or conscious sedation, we can help you glide through your next dental appointment, absolutely no fear or jitters involved.
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