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Is Sedation Dentistry Safe For Wetaskiwin Smiles?

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When I discuss sedation dentistry with new cosmetic dentistry patients, I encounter many misconceptions. The purpose of today’s Wetaskiwin Family Dental dentistry article is to debunk some of the most common myths about dental sedation.

Myth #1:

With Sedation Dentistry, You Are Completely Unconscious

Some nervous dental patients are not only afraid of receiving treatment; they also fear the thought of not being in control. At Wetaskiwin Family Dental, we offer different levels of sedation, but none of the sedation options put you completely to sleep. With oral sedation, you are relaxed but not totally knocked out. When we need to ask a dental sedation patient a question during the treatment, the patient can hear, understand, and respond.

Myth #2:

Camrose Dental Sedation Should Only Be Used For Extensive Dental Treatment

Wetaskiwin anxiety-free dentistry is completely safe. Many nervous sedation dentistry patients request sedation for routine exams and procedures.

Myth #3:

Most Dental Insurance Companies Do Not Cover Sleep Dentistry

Some dental insurers do cover sedation. Check with your insurer for details about your Alberta dental insurance benefits.

Myth #4:

Sleep Dentistry Is Still Experimental

Cosmetic Wetaskiwin dentist have been safely providing sedation for many years. Wetaskiwin Family Dental meets all the requirements advised by the American Dental Association. Millions of Americans and thousands of Alberta dental patients have safely received sedation for dental treatment.

For more information about anxiety-free dentistry, contact Wetaskiwin Family Dental at or 780-352-5113 today to schedule a sedation consultation. I invite you to schedule a consultation by calling my office at 780-352-5113. We can discuss Invisalign invisible braces, dental implants, and any questions you have. I want you to love your smile! -Dr. Tim Mahoney