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Embrace Comfort with Sedation Dentistry at Fleischmann DDS, Auburn, CA

What is Sedation Dentistry?

Sedation dentistry utilizes medication to help patients relax during dental procedures, often referred to as “sleep dentistry.” However, patients are usually awake except for those under general anesthesia. The levels of sedation used include minimal sedation, moderate sedation, deep sedation, and general anesthesia.

Sedation Dentistry

Benefits and Importance of Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry can provide numerous benefits:

Reduced Fear and Anxiety:
If dental visits make you anxious or fearful, sedation dentistry can help you feel more relaxed and comfortable.

For lengthy procedures, sedation can help ensure you’re comfortable the entire time.

Dentists can often work more efficiently when patients are sedated, potentially reducing the number of visits necessary for complex procedures.

Improved Post-Treatment Recovery:
Sedation can reduce post-treatment discomfort and speed up recovery time.

Why Choose Fleischmann DDS for Sedation Dentistry?

Choosing Fleischmann DDS for your sedation dentistry needs is beneficial because:

Experienced Team:
Our dental professionals are well-trained in administering sedation and monitoring patients to ensure their safety and comfort.

Personalized Care:
We assess each patient’s needs and create a customized sedation plan for a comfortable and stress-free dental experience.

Safety First:
We prioritize patient safety and adhere to all necessary protocols when providing sedation dentistry.

Patient Satisfaction:
We aim for a positive experience, ensuring you feel relaxed and comfortable during your visit.

Frequently Asked Questions about Endodontics

Is sedation dentistry safe?

Yes, when administered by trained professionals like those at Fleischmann DDS, sedation dentistry is safe and effective.

Will I feel any pain with sedation dentistry?

One of the main goals of sedation dentistry is to minimize discomfort. Most patients report feeling little to no pain during procedures.

Will I be unconscious during the procedure?

Not necessarily. The level of consciousness varies depending on the level of sedation. Some patients remain awake but relaxed, while others may fall asleep.

Is sedation dentistry covered by insurance?

Coverage depends on the specific treatment and insurance plan. It’s best to consult with your insurance provider for details.

Experience a comfortable, stress-free dental visit with sedation dentistry at Fleischmann DDS. Contact us today to learn more!