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Oral Conscious Sedation – Gainesville, GA

Walk Through Our Doors Feeling Relaxed

Countless adults skip out on important dental treatments and procedures because they experience fear or anxiety at the thought of visiting the dentist. At Lifetime Dental, Dr. Shue Her, your sedation dentist in Gainesville, is dedicated to helping his patients feel comfortable and at-ease throughout their entire appointment. That’s why we offer oral conscious sedation, which is a great solution for adults who suffer from moderate to severe anxiety. To learn more or find out if you’re a good candidate, feel free to contact our office today.

Why Choose Lifetime Dental For Oral Conscious Sedation? 

What is Oral Conscious Sedation?

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Sedation dentistry is a highly effective and completely safe way to help you feel relaxed throughout your appointment. We’ll work together with you to determine whether nitrous oxide or oral conscious sedation is the best method for your needs. Oral conscious sedation is great for adult patients who suffer from moderate to severe anxiety or may need to sit through a longer procedure. About an hour before your appointment, you’ll take a prescribed pill. You’ll need to have a trusted family member or friend drive you to and from your appointment since the effects can be long-lasting.

The Benefits of Sedation Dentistry

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Oral conscious sedation offers a variety of benefits for patients, including some of the following:

Are You A Good Candidate For Oral Conscious Sedation?

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The best way to determine whether you’re a good candidate for oral conscious sedation is to speak with your dentist in Gainesville first. Typically, we suggest this method of relaxation for patients who:

Our friendly and warm dental staff will be with you throughout every step of the process to ensure your safety and comfort. When you visit a sedation dentist, you’ll be able to rest-assured that your emotions and feelings will be prioritized as well as your oral health.

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