Sedation Dentistry – Kansas
Comfortable Dentistry for
Anxious & Fearful Patients
If you feel uncomfortable, have a low pain tolerance or sensitive gag reflex, or often become overstimulated by the sights and sounds of the dentist’s office, you’ll likely benefit from sedation dentistry in Kansas. These emotional and physical responses can occur for a variety of reasons. What matters is that you have a trusted provider that can help you minimize and eliminate them so you can keep up with your oral health.
Why Choose Kansas Center for Sedation Dentistry?
- Caring, Friendly Dental Staff
- Modern & Welcoming Dental Office
- We Accept Dental Insurance
What is Sedation Dentistry?
Sedation dentistry is the use of any pharmaceutical drugs to help patients feel relaxed whenever they’re in the treatment chair. There are different types of sedation for patients who have varying severities of dental anxiety and phobia, making the process easy to customize to fit each unique need. Our team at Kansas Center for Sedation Dentistry also gets to know about our patients so we can better accommodate them and help them relax in different ways as well.
Is Sedation Dentistry Safe?
Sedation dentistry is completely safe when administered by professionals. Both Dr. Heck and Dr. Beshore have completed advanced training and continuing education on sedation dentistry. They’re dedicated to always keeping up with the latest advancements and techniques in their field, as well as their patient’s safety. To make the process even safer, one of our friendly team members monitors each of our patients throughout their treatment. Based on vitals, we can easily adjust the flow of the IV or nitrous oxide. If you have any questions or concerns about safety, please don’t hesitate to call our dental office!
Good Candidates for Sedation Dentistry
There are several different types of patients that can benefit from sedation dentistry, including ones who:
- Have special needs
- Have a sensitive gag reflex
- Have difficulty comfortably sitting in the treatment chair
- Have a fear of receiving a “bad” diagnosis
- Are overstimulated by the sights, sounds, and smells in the dentist’s office
- Have had a bad past experience with a dentist
There are many other barriers that keep patients from visiting the dentist. If you experience anything like this, chances are, sedation dentistry can help.