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Patients in the Alpharetta area who are faced with dental anxieties and fears of the dental chair are encouraged to take the time to contact the team of the Atlanta Center for Dental Health to learn about the advantages of visiting sedation dentists.
Sedation dentists are dental professionals who offer ways for patients to stay at ease during their dental treatments. Many children—and adults—deal with fears associated with the dental office, but this can be negated with the use of oral conscious sedation which can make visits much less traumatic and more enjoyable for everyone involved.
Oral conscious sedation is a form of prescription medication taken orally before a dental visit. Patients are to arrange transportation to the dental office and back home as they are unable to operate a motor vehicle while the medication is in their system. Oral conscious sedation medication is known for causing patients to feel at ease. They feel comfortable, calm, and in some cases, just tired. However, they are completely coherent and can follow instructions and answer questions during their treatment.
Oral conscious sedation has completely changed the way many of our patients view dental appointments. There is no longer the fear of visiting the dental chair; instead, positive energy when it comes to the improvement of their oral health and wellness. Patients are able to take the steps necessary to look and feel their best while improving their smile!
Sedation can be used for any type of dental appointment. Some patients use oral conscious sedation to get through cleanings and examinations, while others are urged to consider it for extensive treatments in the dental chair including full mouth reconstruction procedures.
If you reside in the Alpharetta area and are interested in visiting a dental team that offers oral conscious sedation for dental visits, contact the team of Dr. Bradley Hepler at the Atlanta Center for Dental Health today to book a consultation visit. We encourage new and existing patients in the area to take the time to educate themselves further on how sedation dentistry can help “take the edge off” and give patients the confidence they need to improve their oral health.