Sedation Can Help People With Disabilities Tolerate Dentistry
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Thanks to today’s options for sedation in dentistry, people with disabilities are better able to tolerate dental treatment, from simple cleanings to complex dental procedures.
Sedation dentistry can help people who:
•have mild, moderate, or severe dental anxiety
•have a strong gag reflex
•have trouble sitting still
•have difficulty holding their heads in place
•experience muscle tics or spasms
•have tiny mouths
•have TMJ or discomfort in their jaws
•have trouble keeping their mouths open for a long period of time
•have a physical or mental disability that makes dental appointments a challenge
•have anxiety over being touched
•have swallowing issues
•can’t tolerate Novocain
At our dental office, which is located in Lone Tree, we offer three types of sedation for dentistry:
•laughing gas (nitrous oxide)
•conscious sedation (oral sedation, sleep dentistry)
•IV sedation (general anesthesia)
We’d be happy to talk with you about your needs, and how we may help – whether the dentistry is for you or someone you love. Just give us a call and schedule a free dental consultation, which includes X-rays.
For further information about the sedation options for people with disabilities or anxiety, or to schedule a free consult, please call or send an e-mail to the dental office near you: