Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry uses medication to help patients relax during dental procedures. 

The following is the type of sedation dentistry Worcester based General & Implant Dentistry uses:

Oral sedation. For sedation, you take a pill. Typically, the pill is Halcion, it’s usually taken about an hour before the procedure. The pill will make you drowsy, although you’ll still be awake.  This is the type of anesthesia most commonly associated with sedation dentistry.  You usually can, be awakened with a gentle shake.

Regardless if you have oral sedation, you’ll also typically need a local anesthetic (Novacaine) — numbing medication at the site where Dr. Samborski is working in the mouth — to relieve pain if the procedure causes any discomfort.

Dr. Samborski’s Worcester  dentistry practice makes sure all procedures are done in a relaxed and controlled atmosphere, if you have had anxious time in a previous dental experience, rest assured your experience will be different at General & Implant Dentistry.  Today’s modern procedures result in a pain free dental sedation experiences for Worcester