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Whether you have dental anxiety due to a bad experience in the past, or have put off your dental care for several years, our team wants to help patients like you find quality dental care and peace of mind. Take a look below at some of our wonderful testimonials, from patients like you!
At Livonia Dental Care, we offer oral conscious sedation in pill form, which can be taken even prior to coming into the office. Not only is sedation dentistry safe and effective, it has helped countless patients feel at ease and even look forward to their dental appointments.
Benefits of Sedation Dentistry
- Safe, simple way to reduce dental anxiety or dental phobia
- Needle-free sedative medicine that is easy to take
- Enables patients to receive the dental care they need
- Reduces or eliminates any pain or discomfort
- Patients can enjoy their stay at the dentist in a calm environment
Give us a call at (734) 427-7555 to schedule your consultation for sedation dental care. As your family and cosmetic dentist we look forward to showing you how your health may improve with sedation dentistry in Livonia.
During the treatment process, you will be sedated just enough to be unaware of the treatment, as if you were snoozing. You will wake up with little or no memory of what was accomplished, because you were completely comfortable. Sounds easy, doesn’t it?
How Does Oral Conscious Sedation Work?
The drug produces a calming effect while you remain conscious and completely aware of your surroundings, making the visit to our office a much less stressful experience. Oral sedation is simple, safe and has very few side effects. It also requires that a friend drive you to and from your appointment.
How is Oral Sedation Different Than General Anesthesia?
Unlike General Anesthesia where a patient is completely unconscious, asleep, and unable to respond, patients under Conscious Sedation are able to respond to conversations and breathe on their own. Also unlike General Anesthesia or IV sedation, Oral Conscious sedation does not require needles to administer and does not have the higher fees associated with IV Sedation.
Is Sedation Dentistry Safe?
For over 30 years Oral Conscious Sedation protocols have been used to safely change the way patients feel about seeing their family dentist. There are no needles used and there’s no discomfort once you are sedated.
If you are curious about making good oral health possible for yourself again with oral sedation, ask Dr. Nitzkin! Before starting any treatment at the dentist, your doctor will review your medical history and explain how Oral Conscious Sedation can be the safe and reliable method you use to accomplish your confident smile.
Experienced clinical team members are with you during your entire visit to make certain that you are completely relaxed and comfortable and continue to monitor your comfort very closely throughout your treatment.
Frequently asked sedation questions:
ill I feel any pain during my Sedation Dentist appointment?
Most patients feel no discomfort whatsoever during their treatment and feel surprisingly good afterwards.
Will I be totally relaxed during my Sedation Dentist appointment?
You'll receive just enough sedation so that you'll be completely unaware of the treatment, as you would if you were asleep.
Will I be left alone after taking the Oral Conscious Sedation pill?
No, along with the Sedation Dentist, someone will be with you throughout your entire procedure to monitor your comfort and your safety.
Will I remember anything after Oral Conscious Sedation?
At the end of the treatment, you may have little or no memory of your Sedation Dentist visit.
Will I be groggy after my Sedation Dentist treatment is over?
You will feel just fine. For your safety, it is required that you have a family member or friend drive you home.
Is Sedation Dentistry safe for me?
Before starting any treatment, your qualified Sedation Dentist will review your medical history, and then monitor you very closely while you're under conscious sedation.
Contact us for more information about Sedation Dentistry.