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Sedation Dentistry In Dubai

Say Goodbye to Dental Anxiety.

Many individuals experience dental phobia or dental anxiety, which is characterized by a fear or stress response triggered by needles and dental drills in a dental setting. This fear often leads people to endure toothaches and avoid necessary dental treatments.

At Micris Dental Clinic, we understand the challenges posed by dental anxiety. To address this issue, our experienced dentists and dental anaesthesiologists provide a comprehensive range of sedation dentistry services in Dubai. Sedation dentistry involves the use of medications to help patients feel relaxed and comfortable during dental procedures.

Who Can Benefit from Sedation Dentistry?

Overcoming Dental Anxiety and Discomfort

Types of
Sedation Dentistry

Inhaled Minimal Sedation

This option involves inhaling nitrous oxide, also known as "laughing gas," to induce a relaxed state. It is controlled by our dentists or anesthesiologists, ensuring a safe and effective sedation experience.

IV Moderate Sedation

Administered through a vein, IV sedation provides fast-acting sedation effects. Our dentists or anesthesiologists closely monitor and control the sedation level.

Oral Sedation

For anxious patients, oral sedation in the form of a pill is provided. The prescribed sedatives induce relaxation, making you feel drowsy and calm during the procedure.

General Anesthesia

With general anesthesia, you will be completely unconscious during the dental treatment. This option is typically used for complex procedures and requires a recovery period.

FAQs

Most frequently asked questions

Since there are different types of sedation dentistry, the price depends upon the recommended type of sedation, the patient’s health, and the type of dental procedure prescribed to the patient.

This depends on the type of sedation to be inserted into the patients. Any dentist can administer minimal sedation such as nitrous oxide or oral sedatives. However, only a specific number of dentists that are trained and licensed, can be qualified for administering deep sedation or general anaesthesia to the patient.

No. sedation dentistry is designed to relieve the patient of pain and worry. Hence, you should not feel any pain during dental procedures once you are sedated. However, when the sedation wears off, you might feel discomfort in the area of the treatment.

Recovery times may vary based on the sedation technique used on you, and how your body responds to this medication. Generally, the recovery time for people with nitrous oxide sedatives are between 15 to 30 minutes. People who have been administered either oral or IV sedation would require 24 hours to achieve full recovery.

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