Sedation Dentist in Great Neck

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What if you could have all your dentistry that you have been putting off for years in the conventional dental office in one or two comfortable visits? Keep reading to learn more about this opportunity and fill out the form to the right to hear from us.

Sedation Dentistry in Great Neck

Who should use sedation dentistry?

Many people do not like going to the dentist. In fact, many people go years without even a check-up or cleaning. Some reasons for avoiding the dentist include:

  • Fear of needles, drills, or other dental instruments
  • Past traumatic dental experiences
  • Sensitive teeth and/or difficulty getting numb
  • Discomfort with the smells, noises, and tastes that accompany dental work
These issues are no longer a reason to avoid the dentist. With sedation dentistry, patients are able to have a comfortable, anxiety-free experience while having their dental work performed.

What is sedation dentistry?

Sedation dentistry refers to the use of sedation during dental treatment. Sedation is most commonly used during extensive procedures, for patients with dental phobia or for patients who find it difficult to sit still. There are different types of sedation, including nitrous oxide ("laughing gas"), oral sedatives and general anesthetic.

Sedation can range from the use of nitrous oxide to calm a patient to general anesthetics used to put patients to sleep. Patients with dental phobia, low pain tolerance, major dental treatment, physical handicaps or strong gag reflexes may require sedation. Procedures like fillings, crowns, bridges, root canals, extractions, cosmetic procedures and periodontal treatments often require some sort of sedation.

Sedation is endorsed by the American Dental Association and is an effective way to make many patients comfortable during their dental visit. Before using a sedative or anesthetic, it is important to tell your dentist about any medications or medical treatments you are receiving. Before administering any sedative or anesthetic, your dentist will talk to you about the process of sedation and pre-and post-sedation instructions.

Office Hours

Monday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sunday: Closed