Reduce Dental Anxiety with Sedation Dentistry

“One of the biggest things that keeps people away from the dental care they need is a phobia or fear of getting dental work done. From a mild sedation where we take the edge off, to a more complete sedation where we’re doing IV sedation which makes it so people don’t remember the procedure.”
‑ Dr. Derrick Johnson

Be Calm with No Fear

At Integrated Dentistry, we understand that some people are afraid to go to the dentist. That’s why we provide a calming environment and a friendly team to help you feel more at ease. We also have a variety of treatment options, including sedation dentistry, to help make your dental experience even more comfortable. If you’ve been avoiding the dentist, sedation dentistry could be the solution you’ve been looking for. So whether you just need a routine cleaning or a brand-new smile, sedation dentistry can make your experience relaxing and help solve your dental issues.

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Three Levels of Sedation to Meet Your Needs

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Minimal Sedation

For patients with dental anxiety. Patients are awake and can respond to the dentist’s directions during their treatment.

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Moderate Sedation

For patients with more complex dental problems. Patients are relaxed, may slur words, and will most likely not remember the procedure.

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IV Sedation

Reserved for patients with a severe aversion to dental procedures. Patients are put on the edge of consciousness but can still be awakened and will rarely remember anything.

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“I was petrified when I came to the office from past experiences. When I heard about the sedation option, it sounded like something I'd want to do. I woke up and everything was finished. I'm ecstatic! I had no memory of the procedure.” ‑Ann

Jim Was Able to Get His Restoration While in a Relaxed State

“I was petrified when I came to the office from past experiences. When I heard about the sedation option, it sounded like something I'd want to do. I woke up and everything was finished. I'm ecstatic! I had no memory of the procedure.” ‑Ann