Sleep Dentistry in Kellyville Ridge
Feeling anxious or nervous about undergoing dental treatment? Then come and talk to our team about sleep dentistry. Kellyville Ridge nervous patients can benefit from the latest in oral and intravenous (IV) sedation designed to help them remain calm and relaxed during treatment.
If you’d like to know more about how sedation dentistry in Kellyville Ridge can help you to get the treatment you need then read on below
What is Sedation (Sleep) Dentistry Exactly?
The name ‘sleep dentistry’ is somewhat misleading because unlike a general anaesthetic, the patient isn’t normally asleep. On the contrary, ‘conscious sedation dentistry’ as it’s perhaps better known, places the patient in a relaxed but conscious state enabling them to receive treatment in a comfortable way.
Sleep Dentistry in Kellyville Ridge – How is it administered?
At Kellyville Family Dental we’re proud to be able to provide all types of treatment under sedation. This is particularly beneficial for anxious or nervous patients or those who have certain conditions like a strong gag reflex. Our team use the latest in both oral and Intravenous sedation for your comfort and wellbeing.
Oral sedation involves taking a prescribed tablet an hour or so before treatment, whereas IV sedation is administered via a cannula located in the back of your hand by a trained anaesthetist.
Are you ready to get the treatment you need?
Modern-day sleep dentistry allows you to receive the dental treatment you need in a relaxed or comfortable way. If you are nervous or anxious and are putting off a visit to the dentist because of it, then talk to our team about sleep dentistry in Kellyville Ridge today.
Call Kellyville Family Dental on (02) 8806 0578 or book online
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the advantages of sedation dentistry in Kellyville Ridge?
Perhaps the biggest advantage of sleep dentistry is that it creates an amnesic effect – meaning that most patients don’t remember much about the treatment. This is ideal for those undergoing relatively invasive treatments such as dental implants. Finally, sedation dentistry allows for multiple treatments to be carried out in one longer appointment for the utmost convenience.