Sedation

Sedation is used as a preoperative technique to make the patient relax and even unconscious at times so that they cannot feel the pain while the dental procedure is being carried out.

For minor dental procedures, lower dose of sedation is given to the patient that acts as a relaxer. While for moderate to major surgeries, the dosage of sedation is adjusted accordingly by the dentists that make the patient go into an unconscious phase.

Sedation Dentistry at The Dental Method is practiced on four levels

Minimal sedation where a patient is relaxed and awake.
Moderate sedation is where a patient is half awake and half asleep and doesn’t remember much of the procedure.
Deep sedation is when the patient is on the edge of consciousness but can be awakened easily.
General Anesthesia when the patient is completely unconscious.
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