Sedation Dentistry…What Is It?

            What Is Sedation Dentistry?

Sedation dentistry is a broad and often confusing term that includes any type of sedation used in dentistry. The two types of sedation available are conscious sedation (awake) and unconscious sedation (asleep).

Conscious sedation dentistry can involve using oral pills or nitrous oxide (laughing gas) or much more effectively, the use of an IV through which Dr. Peltzer carefully measures the amount of medication you receive, which will make you feel very drowsy and amnesic (you will not remember a thing) but should not put you to sleep.

Unconscious sedation dentistry involves the use of I.V. sedation or general anesthesia which produces complete sleep during which you will be free of pain and will have no memory of the procedure, as is typically done in the hospital operating room.

get all your work done in one extremely comfortable visit
Robert got all his work done in one visit!

Our patients seek conscious sedation dentistry due to their various needs and the extremely high safety record of conscious sedation. Here are just a few of those needs:

  • Dental fears and phobias
  •  No time for multiple visits
  •  People with special needs
  • People with fear of needles and shots
  • A bad gag reflex
  • Difficulty getting numb
  • Very sensitive teeth
  • Hate the noises, smells and tastes associated with dental care
  • Those that just want to be completely comfortable during there dental procedure

Mainly, people want to be completely unaware of their surroundings for major dentistry. Our patients come from all over the state as well as NJ, MA and NY for sedation dentistry   to get their beautiful smile and much needed dental work in a one-time comfortable visit.

Finding the right sleep sedation dentist is a journey. There are many ways to get there. Patients choose us as their safe passage because of the highly advanced training of Dr. Peltzer and his staff.

Literally thousands of hours of extensive training has gone into our practice and into creating your smile in a single visit. Dr. Peltzer also trains other dentists across the country in advanced anesthesia!

Watch the video below and hear about what patients of Dr. Peltzer are saying about their experience with sedation dentistry administered by Dr. Thomas Peltzer in Connecticut. Clearly, he loves what he does.

Advantages of IV Sedation Dentistry:

  • You are completely sedated in approximately 1 minute
  • You are monitored to control the level of sedation precisely and safely
  • All of your dental treatment simply happens while you are completely sedated
  • You feel no pain and have no memory of the dental work

Our cosmetic sedation dentistry practice creates dozens of brilliant smiles each week. Patients wake up to beautiful teeth and a changed attitude about dentistry. They discover that a new smile doesn’t ever have to be uncomfortable.

If sitting through a slew of dental appointments is something you dread or don’t have time for, a highly experienced sleep sedation dentist is for you — because the best dental visit you will ever remember is the one you won’t have to remember at all!

Before you call, meet the patients Dr. Peltzer has helped with advanced sedation dentistry. Dr. Peltzer at Gentle Dental Care in CT will provide you with the safest and most comfortable experience in sleep sedation dentistry.

Be one of the thousands of happy patients that Dr. Peltzer in Connecticut has transformed through cosmetic sedation dentistry. There are many more reasons patients come to see us. What’s yours? Just ask us!  Your consultation is free!

Still have questions? Our friendly and highly trained staff are here to help 860-747-5711

http://www.ConnecticutSedationDentist.com

About Dr. Thomas J. Peltzer, DMD

Dr. Peltzer is a Sedation Dental Specialist serving patients throughout the state of CT, MA, RI and NY.
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