IV Sedation For Dental Treatment: What You Should Know

Dentistry I.V. sedation provides our patients with painless comfort during treatment. It is often used when the patient would almost surely have a reduced level of oral health if sedation was not available to them.

The Northwood Dental team strives to eliminate every obstacle to encourage the building of positive dental care habits, and promoting the highest level of well being for our patients.

Visiting the dentist on a regular basis should be a welcome and positive event rather than one with concerns and worries about pain. Dental office visits might be avoidable for a short time, but a continued absence has disadvantages many people understand all too well. That is why Dr. Klym stays as far ahead of the curve as he can to provide advanced services such as IV sedation.

Avoiding visits to a dentist can dramatically impact your oral and overall health. We want to end dental care sabbaticals, and stop, as well as reverse if possible, oral health decline. It’s a total comfort setting at Northwood Dental!

Sedation is a vital element in achieving anxiety-free, comfort and making dental treatment painless. Before we proceed with sedation, we hope to address the concerns and overcome any fears still associated with your dentistry. In many cases our dental team is able to alleviate apprehensive roadblocks with communication.

Review our website presentations to understand how sedation dentistry has helped our patients take back health and boost confidence. Our Patient Tom Our Patient Alva. Our Patient Helen. .

Besides the information below, here are additional website resources. (A) Discover Sedation Dentistry Benefits (B) Dental Sedation Visits: What's Involved?

Watch Video: Dr. Klym talks about sedation dentistry.

Sedation dentistry is the most common method used in the U.S. to calm patients and improve the treatment experience. It is a tremendous leap ahead in convenience and stress relief. What's more, the medications achieve such a high level of distraction and comfort that most patients remember little about the treatment itself, as if they were sleeping during their visit.

For sedation comfort and restorative and cosmetic dentistry results, contact our Northwood Dental office here in Traverse City, Michigan. Fill out email form or Call (231) 947-7202.

Find out below what dental treatment can benefit from I.V. sedation, then click linked text, where available, for more information about the treatment type itself.

Treatments Where I.V. Sedation May Be Utilized

  • Complex Smile Makeovers
  • Placement of Dental Implants
  • Complex or Multiple Root Canals (Note: most root canal therapy actually does not require sedation)
  • Wisdom Teeth Removal
  • Abscessed/Impacted Teeth
  • Reconstructive Surgery (Jaw, Facial, Bone)
  • Temporomandibular Jaw Joint Dysfunction/Disorder (TMJ/TMD)
  • Various Oral Surgeries