Ever Wonder How Sedation Dentistry Feels?

Dr. Rudnick, in Palm Beach Gardens, wants to help ease your mind.

Sedation Dentistry

If fear is keeping you from a healthy mouth, try sedation dentistry!

For some, dental work presents challenges. From sensitive gag reflexes to general dental anxiety, sedation dentistry can be used to dispel worry about dental-related obstacles.

There are 3 main types of sedation:

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Oral Sedation

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IV Sedation

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Nitrous Sedation

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Download our free infographic to learn:

  • The difference between the types of Sedation
  • What real people say it feels like
  • How Sedation works

Sedation Dentist Palm Beach Gardens

 

 

“I never felt any pain. It was quick and the staff was very helpful and nice. Everything was 1st rate. No complaints.”

– Rexenes, Palm Beach Gardens

You may be an ideal candidate for sedation dentistry if you want to say goodbye to:

  • the fear of pain
  • the fear of needles
  • not being in control
  • excessive appointments
  • overall stress and discomfort
  • time constraints keeping you from the work

Questions You May Have

Common Questions About Sedation Dentistry

Is there more than one type of sedation?

Yes! There are many types of sedation. Our free downloadable infographic explains each type in detail. It’s important to remember, you and Dr. Rudnick will decide together to see if the options she provides are right for you.

Am I a good candidate for sedation dentistry?

Most patients qualify for sedation dentistry of at least one method of sedation. We’ve learned the best candidates are those with extreme fear issues or those needing extensive work, as sedation allows more work to be completed in far fewer appointments. Dr. Rudnick will be happy to provide a consultation about the options and which may be right for you.

What type of dental work can be completed under sedation?

Virtually all complex dental work can be completed while the patient is sedated.

Sedation May Be Just The Answer You’ve Been Looking For!

Since there is never one correct answer for everyone, examine the facts in our free Infographic “How does sedation dentistry FEEL?” and see what people just like you say about how sedation dentistry felt for them!

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