Everyone deserves safe, quality dentistry.
I want to give you credit for walking in the door. No matter what you've been through in the past, I know my team can restore your mouth to health.
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you.
Doctor of Medical Dentistry
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From Localized Numbing to
Level 1: Basic Sedation
Most people are familiar with basic sedation. Typically, patients with mild anxiety are offered some combination of oral sedatives, nitrous oxide, and a local anesthesia (like novacaine). The local anesthesia numbs a particular area of the mouth, while the other methods induce a mild calming sensation.
Many dentists are only able to offer this level of sedation. For our patients with more severe difficulty, we offer IV sedation and general anesthesia.
Level 2: IV Sedation
Intravenous (IV) sedation provides a fast-acting sedative through a vein in your arm. While you won’t remember the procedure afterward, you do remain awake and able to respond to commands. IV sedation is typically used during wisdom teeth extraction or while receiving a dental implant.
Patients with higher levels of anxiety may opt for IV sedation to mitigate the stress response of a dental visit.
Level 3: General Anesthesia
General anesthesia provides a completely unconscious experience for the patient. Some patients, due to medical or developmental issues, cannot tolerate any conscious dental work. When we use general anesthesia on our patients, we include a board-certified medical anesthesiologist for the duration of your treatment.
You’ll sleep through the entire procedure, and wake up infection-free, with a brand new smile.