Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry in Noosa

Don't Let A Fear Of The Dentist Hold You Back!

No matter our age trips to the dentist can be frightening. While some of us can get through a routine cleaning with little more than butterflies in our stomachs, others have a full-blown fear of the dentist that can be paralyzing.

If you suffer from dental anxiety, you're not alone. At Noosa Family Dental, we understand that many of our patients feel anxious about visiting the dentist. We do everything we can to ensure that your experience is as comfortable and relaxing as possible. That's why we offer sedation dentistry as an option for our more anxious patients. Put your fears at ease and get the dental care you need, with sedation dentistry from Noosa Family Dental today!

Feeling Nervous?

How Sedation Dentistry Can Help

When our teeth are worn down, they become shortened and spaced out. Not only does this affect the appearance fo your teeth, but this wear means that there is less enamel and protection for teeth overall. Some common symptoms of worn teeth include:

  • temperature sensitivity
  • cracking or chipping of teeth
  • nerve pain
  • jaw pain
  • headaches

If you are interested in learning more about sedation dentistry or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact us today. We look forward to helping you overcome your fear of the dentist and achieve optimal oral health!

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Making Your Dental Trip Stress Free

How Does Sleep Dentistry Work?

Despite the advances in dental procedures, many patients .still experience a great deal of anxiety when going to the dentist. This can delay important or essential treatments such as cavity treatments, root canals or general preventative care.

There are various sedation treatments that can help you relax during your dental appointment. The type of sedation will be recommended based on your level of anxiety as well as the type of procedure being performed. Some of the most common types of sedation used in dentistry include

  • Inhalation Sedation: Also known as laughing gas or happy gas, this is one of the most popular types of sedation for dental procedures. The gas is inhaled through a small mask that is placed over your nose during the procedure.
  • Oral Sedation: Oral Drugs are particularly suitable for patients who may be slightly anxious about dental treatments but otherwise are not worried in the dental chair.

Get The Care You Need

Sedation Dentistry For Oral Health

Sedation dentistry can help you get the dental care you need to maintain good oral health, even if you have a fear of the dentist. Sedation dentistry is designed to ease anxiety and fear during a range of dental procedures, from simple cleanings to more compiler tooth extractions. Similarly, your dentist is able to work faster while you are under sedation, resulting in fewer appointments and less time spent in the dental chair. Additional benefits of dentistrydentistry in Noosa and Sunshine Coast include:

  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Lower discomfort
  • Safe
  • Limited recovery time
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