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Relacs I.V. Sedation

Relacs I.V. Sedation

Relacs I.V. Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry - Free Yourself From Dental Fear

Many put off visiting the dentist due to apprehension and fear, missing out on important dental work in the process. With IV sedation dentistry, the days of letting fear stop you from achieving a bright new smile are over. Get A Free Relacs Sedation Dentistry Consultation!

IV Sedation at Comfortable Care Dental in Sarasota

Receiving regular dental checkups and routine care is essential to maintaining the best oral health possible. However, many miss out on important dental care due to fear and apprehension. If you're one of the many who suffer from "dental-phobia," fear no more. With IV sedation from Comfortable Care Dental, you can enjoy the healthy, beautiful smile you've always wanted. Relax in comfort as your dental needs are taken care of.

Why Choose IV Sedation?

  • Compared to oral sedation or nitrous oxide, you'll reach a deeper level of sedation.
  •  If you suffer from a heavy gag reflex, IV sedation greatly reduces this problem.
  • IV sedation takes effect rather quickly, and can be customized to fit your individual needs.
  • Differing from deep sedation or general anesthesia, you'll remain conscious during your procedure and still be able cooperate with instructions.

The IV Sedation Process

Prior to your treatment, you'll receive medication through an intravenous line. This will place you in a calm, relaxed state. Even though you'll be sedated, you'll still remain all verbal and physical response capabilities. You'll maintain this relaxed state while the dental team completes your treatment.

Following the procedure:

  • Someone should take you home. Once at home, rest for the remainder of the day.
  • Avoid alcohol, and don't take any medications unless you've contacted our office first. Take medications as directed.
  • Avoid hazardous or strenuous activities. It's best not to eat a heavy meal immediately following your procedure either. Also, avoid driving a motor vehicle for the rest of the day.
  • If you encounter any issues or abnormalities, please call the office.