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According to Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, about 30-40 million Americans suffer from some degree of dental anxiety or dental phobia. If you're one of them, consider sedation dentistry. A sedation dentist can help you get the dental care you need without being crippled by swells of anxiety and debilitating fear. And if you're someone who likes options, you'll love sedation dentistry. You can choose from light to mild sedation, which help you feel relaxed and calm but keep you awake and aware, or deep sedation, which puts you to sleep and makes you unaware of treatment. Unsure what's right for you? Consider talking to sedation dentists. They can help you find the right road to calm.

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Q: What is "sleep dentistry"?
A: Sleep dentistry is a catchall term used to describe a dental office that offers IV dental sedation or general anesthesia or both. This type of sedation dentistry is ideal for people with mild dental anxiety. With IV sedation, you won't feel, hear, taste or smell anything and won't have any memory of the procedure. However, you may be conscious enough to respond to the sedation dentist. General anesthesia is the most complete form of sedation, under which you are totally asleep and unaware.

Q: What is conscious sedation dentistry?
A: Conscious sedation dentistry refers to light and moderate forms of sedation, including nitrous oxide and oral sedation. A sedation dentist administers nitrous oxide through a mask and oral sedation through a pill. With conscious sedation, you remain awake and aware but also relaxed.


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