Sedation in Dentistry

6 Potential Risks You Should Know

Sedation in dentistry was first used in 1844 by the American dentist Horace Wells.

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What are the Advantages of Sedation in Dentistry?

Fears generate anguish and stress, making it increasingly common for oral health professionals to resort to sedation to facilitate dental treatments.

Aversion to dental procedures is common. People who regularly require help to facilitate their dental treatments present some of the following situations:

Types of Dental Sedation

There are different sedation options available to facilitate dental treatments for those visiting the dentist and who find that it is not a pleasant experience.

In the consultation prior to the dental intervention, the professional informs the patient about the sedation alternatives.


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