Sedation Services For Anxious Patients
Every possible effort is made to make our Chilliwack patients feel comfortable during their dental treatment. We offer sedation dentistry services to keep you calm and help minimize pain.
Anxious patients - we understand!
For many of our Chilliwack patients, the thought of having dental work done is enough to avoid getting it done. Often, the fear is from a childhood experience, and the thought of dental work is enough to make them choose to not do it. Unfortunately, problems do not go away and as they get worse, there is a slippery slope to a lot of pain, health issues, and embarrassment. This is why we offer the community of Chilliwack sedation dentistry services to help ease anxiety.
Your comfort is our priority!
Our team works with you to address your fears or concerns, and tries to make the most comfortable atmosphere possible for you during treatment. Dental anxiety can affect people at every age - it's nothing to be ashamed about! We want to ensure you stay healthy and get past any anxiety.
Dr. Kwong and Dr. Fremit offer sedation services to help ease your fear and get you through your appointment feeling relaxed. Sedation options are designed to offer anxious patients a safe means of receiving the dental treatment they need. Using a variety of techniques, we work to help our patients relax before and during their dental procedures. We can help ease your anxiety about dental care. You can learn more about sedation options here.
What is sedation dentistry?
Intravenous Conscious Sedation, or I.V. Sedation, is referred to the process of administering a drug into a patient’s body to better enable him/her to undergo a dental procedure with a feeling of relaxation and ease. Most commonly, the drug used is an anti-anxiety drug.
Many anxious patients choose to have sedation to deal with their dental work. Sedation can be as simple as listening to your iPod or as complicated as full general anesthesia in a hospital setting. Within these two extremes are laughing gas, oral sedation or intravenous (I.V.) sedation.
How does it feel to be sedated?
Patients feel calm and relaxed when administered upon by I.V. sedation. Dental offices often refer to I.V. sedation as “Sleep Dentistry”, however, patients should not confuse the term with being put to sleep.
In reality, the patients remain conscious throughout the procedure and are fully able to understand and respond to requests made by our dentist.
The term is used only because patients do not remember the procedure after the effect of the drug is over, which is similar to the idea of being in sleep.
Sedation Dentistry Services in Chilliwack
At Young Street Dental, we perform dental procedures with utmost care.
Comfort of patients is a priority, and thus it is ensured that every step of the sedation process is carried out with perfection.
If the patient feels any discomfort during the treatment, we make every possible effort to correct it. Our goal is to be Chilliwack's first choice in dental treatment.