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About Sedation Dentistry

As many as 79% of Americans regard the dentist’s office as an anxiety-filled place. Whether you have had a bad experience in the past, or suffer from dental anxiety more generally, at Dental Studio of Carrollton you’re not alone. Our dentists and their highly skilled team will work with you to set your mind at ease.

We offer personalized sedation dentistry in a judgment-free atmosphere so you can get the work done that you need or want. We provide multiple sedation options such as oral sedation and IV sedation. Get ready to experience a comfortable, relaxed and stress free dental appointment at Dental Studio of Carrollton.

Oral Sedation

Oral sedation is one of the ways we can help you experience painless dental treatment while still being conscious during your procedure. This sedation solution does NOT include any IV anesthetics. You will be given a prescription medication before the start of your appointment that will help you relax for your procedure. With oral sedation you will be awake and able to respond to verbal commands. However any discomfort or pressure that you might feel in a procedure will be avoided. Every patient is different, so the lasting effects of the oral sedation will vary with each case. You will be required to have someone bring you to your appointment, stay with you, take you home and monitor you for a few hours after your procedure.

IV Sedation

IV sedation dentistry is ideal for wisdom teeth extractions, major oral surgery cases or if you have extreme anxiety about dental treatment. When you undergo IV sedation, in some cases a combination of oral and IV medication will be used to make sure you are comfortable and not awake for your dental procedure. With this type of sedation you will be monitored on a cardiac monitoring device, and our team will monitor your oxygen levels during and after your procedure. You will be required to have someone bring you to your appointment, stay with you, take you home and monitor you for a few hours after your procedure.