Sedation Dentistry

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  • Relax with three methods of soothing sedation
  • Get the care your smile needs without the pain
  • Never feel nervous about a dental procedure again

Sedation Dentistry in Lincroft, NJ

Have you ever canceled a dental appointment at the last minute because thinking about it made you anxious? Do you have trouble falling asleep the night before a visit to the dentist? Cut the stress out by visiting a Lincroft sedation dentist at Newman Springs Dental Care. Our entire team provides comfortable, compassionate dental care and can relieve your dental anxiety with sedation dentistry. Besides relaxing you, dental sedation options help:

  • Control your gag reflex
  • Speed treatment time
  • Leave you with little or no memory of the procedure
  • Keep you comfortable during lengthy procedures like a full-mouth reconstruction

There’s no need to ever feel nervous at the dentist! Call Newman Springs Dental Care at 732-352-3903 for a stress-free visit. From the moment you arrive, our caring dental team will do everything we can to relax you. We’ll greet you with warm smiles and provide the patient-centered experience you deserve.

Improve Many Aspects of Your Visit With Sedation Dentistry

No matter which sedation option you receive, we will carefully monitor you during your treatment to provide the most comfortable experience we can. Our dentists are highly qualified to administer sedation.

Our three dental sedation options that will put you at ease are:

  • Inhaled Sedation – This mixture of gas and oxygen, often called laughing gas, quickly gives you a mild euphoric feeling and calms your nerves. Even children can receive it.
  • Oral Conscious Dental Sedation – To ensure you arrive fully calm and stay that way throughout your visit, we will provide a prescription medication that you will take before you visit us.
  • IV Sedation – This form of dental sedation, the strongest we offer, takes effect almost immediately and produces an almost dreamlike state. You won’t remember much about your procedure.

We understand it’s not a matter of simply “getting over it” when it comes to dental anxiety. That’s why we provide sedation dentistry options to help put you at ease. We also understand many people are anxious about the dentist because of the costs, especially if they don’t have insurance. Sign up for our dental care plan, which covers the annual cost of two cleanings and exams, X-rays, and fluoride treatment, and provides discounts on other services.

To visit a sedation dentist in Lincroft, call us today at 732-352-3903 or schedule online.

Common Questions About Sedation Dentistry

Is dental sedation safe?

Yes, our sedation is completely safe. Inhaled sedation uses mild laughing gas, which is safe even for children. Oral conscious sedation works using a small, FDA-approved pill, and IV sedation is expertly administered by our trained staff and can be adjusted throughout treatment. You can feel confident in our team’s ability to use our dental sedation options for your benefit.

Why is overcoming dental fear important?

Fear of the dentist can be so severe that a patient will not come into the office for decades at a time. Because oral health affects overall health, this person is likely suffering not only in their mouth but also in other areas of their body. It’s important that we find a solution for the fear so that every patient can remain healthy.

What should I expect after dental sedation?

This can vary from person to person and is based on the type of sedation you receive. Inhaled sedation wears off in minutes, while the effects of oral sedation and IV sedation may last for a few hours. With those two forms, you may feel drowsy or sluggish. You may not remember your procedure, and you may benefit from resting after receiving a heavier form of dental sedation.

Are there any side effects of dental sedation?

There are generally no serious side effects of dental sedation. After oral conscious sedation or IV sedation, you may feel groggy, so a trusted friend or family member will need to drive you home afterward. The effects will take a few hours to wear off, but you should feel completely normal before you know it. For inhaled sedation, the effects wear off so quickly that you can safely drive yourself home.

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