Dental Sedation Can Make Restorative Care Easier To Undergo
Posted December 20, 2017 by Wager-Evans Dental
How can you avoid discomfort when you need to undergo a restorative dental treatment? Modern care has improved the patient experience, helping to make these procedures more comfortable. One way your dentist can help is by providing you with dental sedation. With the appropriate sedative, you can feel more at ease throughout restorative work. Many people are helped with nitrous oxide, which can be administered throughout your time in the dentist’s chair. Once your treatment is complete, the effects can wear off quickly enough to avoid complications. This can also benefit anxious patients who struggle with routine preventive dental services.
Better technology can mean better oral care, and a better patient experience. Sedation dentistry allows patients to receive the care they need in greater comfort. Improvements have also led to changes like the inclusion of dental implants in prosthetic dental work, and the use of the Perio Tray to help patients reverse gingivitis.
If you need to undergo dental treatment, but feel anxious, make sure you communicate this to your dentist. If you allow your anxiety to keep you from the care you need, you can face unfortunate consequences. Many patients will need to undergo a more involved treatment for something like a cavity, as they simply failed to receive the care they needed in a prompt fashion. If you wait until a cavity has spread to your tooth’s pulp, you will find yourself needing a root canal treatment. However, by acting quickly, you may be able to have treatment before this is necessary.
At Wager-Evans Dental, our office is proud to offer dental sedation to patients undergoing treatment. This is one of many modern improvements to dental care that we are proud to offer. Located in Reno, NV, we proudly offer our services to residents from South Meadows, Double Diamond, Caughlin Ranch, Donner Springs, Meadowood, Sommersett, Arrow Creek, and all other neighboring communities. To schedule a consultation or your next dental appointment, visit our office, or contact us today by calling (775) 829-7700.