Have you been putting off getting essential or cosmetic dental care because it makes you feel nervous? If yes, you’re definitely not alone. Maybe you had a negative experience as a child or didn’t like the sound of the dental drill. With IV sedation at Boutique Dental Care, you can experience comfortable, relaxing dentistry.
What Is IV Sedation?
This type of sedation dentistry is administered through the hand or arm. It combines chemicals that work together to induce a state of deep relaxation with no memory of the treatment. Many of our patients opt for this type of sedation because they won’t have any memory of their treatment.
Feel Relaxed With Sleep Dentistry
Imagine reclining in the dental chair, entirely at ease and ready to get the dental care that you need and want. With IV Sedation, you’ll be able to have a relaxed and pleasant dental experience. Though it’s often called sleep dentistry, you are actually not asleep. Instead, you will feel blissfully sleepy with a pleasant feeling of deep relaxation. You won’t feel anxious at all.
Preparing for Your Appointment
We will always ensure that you are well prepared for your dental treatment. Here are some of our recommendations:
- Don’t eat or drink anything for at least six hours prior to your appointment
- After treatment, you won’t be able to drive and will need to be accompanied home
- Plan to rest and give yourself 24 hours to recover fully
If you have any questions or concerns about IV sedation or our other options, Dr Meng Quah-Shepherd (Dentist) will be happy to address them.
Payment Plans Are Available
We offer convenient payment plans available through ZipMoney and DentiCare. Once we complete your examination and determine what dental care you will receive, we can help arrange a flexible payment plan for the dentistry portion of your treatment. The fees for the anaesthetist and visiting surgeon require upfront payments for their procedures.
Take That First Step Today
Finally, get the dental care you’ve been putting off! Contact Boutique Dental Care today to schedule a consultation!
Any invasive or surgical procedure may carry risks. Before moving forward, it is recommended that you seek a second opinion from an appropriately licensed medical professional.