Sleep Dentistry

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Experience Stress Free Dentistry with Sleep dentistry - Your Comfort is Our Priority!

Sleep Dentistry is an innovative approach to dental care that can provide a relaxed and stress-free experience for patients. At Aveley Dental, we understand that dental anxiety is a common issue that can prevent patients from receiving the necessary dental care.

That’s why we are proud to offer SEDATION & SLEEP DENTISTRY, a modern approach to dental care that provides patients with a relaxed and stress-free experience during their dental appointments. With sleep dentistry, patients can feel at ease, allowing them to receive the care they need without stress and anxiety.

Benefits of Sleep Dentistry at Aveley Dental:

  • Reduces anxiety and fear associated with dental procedures.
  • Helps patients with sensitive gag reflexes or difficulty sitting still for extended periods.
  • Increases comfort and reduces pain during dental procedures.
  • Allows patients to undergo multiple procedures in one visit, minimizing the need for multiple appointments.
  • Improves patient cooperation, making the process smoother and quicker for both the patient and the dentist.

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Sleep dentistry is suitable for patients who experience dental anxiety or fear, have a low pain threshold, have a sensitive gag reflex, have difficulty sitting still for long periods, or require multiple procedures in one visit.

Sedation can be administered through inhalation, oral medication, or intravenous injection. The method used will depend on the patient’s medical history, the type of procedure, and the level of sedation required.

Sleep dentistry is generally safe, but all forms of sedation carry some risks. Your dentist will evaluate your medical history and take precautions to minimize any potential complications.

The duration of sedation will depend on the type of medication used and the patient’s individual response. Some types of sedation wear off quickly, while others may take longer to wear off. Your dentist will monitor you closely throughout the procedure and ensure that you are fully alert before leaving the office.

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