IV and Oral Sedation

WHAT IS SEDATION DENTISTRY?

Easy solution for nervous patients

IV Sedation 

IV Sedation also known as Deep Conscious Sedation is usually used by Oral Surgeons and dentists with specialized training and special certification. With this type of sedation, medications are administered directly into the blood stream.

The greatest advantage of IV Sedation is that if someone is not sedated enough, the doctor can administer more medication and the effects are instantaneous. IV Sedation is not used commonly in most dental offices because of the specialized advanced training required and the requirements for certification by the State Board of Dentistry. The drugs used for IV Sedation are more effective then the same drugs taken orally. There is a more profound amnesia associated with this technique.

Oral Sedation

Enteral Conscious Sedation "Orally Administered Sedation", sometimes called "Sedation Dentistry" is administered by taking a pill. All body functions remain normal and the person is able to breathe on their own. The patient will often fall asleep. Some degree of amnesia is common. The disadvantage with this method of sedation, is that the level of sedation for each person is not predictable.

With Oral (Enteral) Conscious Sedation and Inhalation Conscious Sedation, the patient will experience a state of very deep relaxation. You can still speak and respond to the requests of others.

  • Easily administered
  • Decreased Anxiety
  • Time lapses faster
  • Can still remain concious

PAYMENT OPTIONS

We want to help our patients get the dental work they need and have provided a variety of payment options. We will work with you to maximize any insurance benefits you have or to work out how to get the treatment within your budget. We accept all major credit cards. We also accept cash, checks, and approved financing.


INSURANCE

We make every effort to provide you with the finest dental care possible. We work hand-in-hand with you to help you maximize any insurance benefits you may have.

216 East Route 66

Glendora, CA 91740

(626) 335-0134

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Mon - Fri: 8:00 - 5:00

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