Gentle Sedation Methods in Cosmetic Dentistry

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sedation methodsAre you putting off having needed dental work done because fear of pain or discomfort? Between 9% and 20% of Americans avoid going to the dentist because of anxiety or fear. However, not wanting to go to the dentist does not take away your need for dental work. If you need cosmetic dental work, then gentle sedation methods be the best option for treatment.

There are many reasons for cosmetic dentistry. For many people, they start with fixing damage or blemishes for a more appealing smile. Cosmetic procedures are not always “optional.” For example, bite problems or missing teeth can cause ongoing issues with headaches, jaw pain, infections, teeth spacing, and oral health in general. Your confidence may be extremely affected by having missing teeth, a yellow smile, or chips and breaks in your teeth. With gentle cosmetic dentistry from Dr. Reem Kidess of Scottsdale, Arizona, getting those fixes does not have to hurt.

Cosmetic Dentistry Gentle Sedation Methods

It Starts with Relaxation: A relaxing trip to the dentist starts the moment you walk in the door. Your gentle cosmetic dentistry experts in Scottsdale built their practice and office around making a trip to the dentist more relaxing. That starts with an immaculately clean, new, and welcoming building. Each treatment room has a beautiful view of Mummy and Camelback Mountains. Perhaps more importantly, are the massaging dental chairs, overhead TV screens and noise-cancelling headphones so that you have some comfort and entertainment during the visit.

Cosmetic Dentistry with Sedation: For some people, especially those who have had bad dental experiences in the past, the thought of watching Netflix or movies isn’t enough to put them at ease. Those patients, and anyone facing more intensive dental work, have the option of gentle cosmetic dentistry with sedation to make sure they aren’t in pain.

– Gas: (also known as laughing gas) is a standard sedative that leaves the patient conscious but more relaxed, less sensitive to dental treatment and a little giddy. For the brave, laughing gas is the only sedative you’ll need for most dental work. For the rest of us, laughing gas is a good way to make any dental procedure a little less intimidating.

– IV Sedation: Those who have a more intense dislike for dentistry have the option of IV sedation. Dr. Kidess is certified by the Arizona Board of Dentistry to administer IV sedation. So, if you need oral surgery, crowns, implants, or a little extra piece of mind going into your appointment, gentle cosmetic dentistry with IV sedation is the answer for you.

Cosmetic Dentistry Common Procedures: Cosmetic dentistry common procedures treat a whole range of reasons for cosmetic dentistry, from teeth spacing to discoloration to fixing chipped or cracked teeth. Common cosmetic dentistry procedures include invisible braces, veneers, and bonding to correct teeth spacing issues; whitening, and lumineers to provide a whiter, more radiant smile; implants and bridges to replace missing teeth; and crowns, inlays, and onlays to correct broken or damaged teeth.

Get Gentle Cosmetic Dental Work that Doesn’t Hurt!

If you or someone you know have had a dental experience that make you feel fearful or apprehensive about going back to the dentist, you’re not alone. Scottsdale dentist, Dr. Reem Kidess, has built her practice around making dentistry more comfortable and less intimidating for those who haven’t been big fans of dentistry in the past.
No matter what general dental or cosmetic dentistry procedures you could benefit from, they can be done painlessly with gentle cosmetic dentistry with sedation. To learn more about cosmetic dentistry with sedation or common cosmetic dentistry procedures or options.

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