Whats your experience with halcion (triazolam) for dental?

There r better drugs. Halcyon is a fast acting sedative that may cause delirium if u don't go to sleep--if anxiety is the problem a benzodiazepine would b better.
Great! I feel Halcion (triazolam) is a great drug, if used properly, and effective. Of course there are other medications that effective as well.
Works well. Halcion is also called triazolam, a member of the benzodiazapine family. It works well either on it's own or in combination with other oral meds.

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How effective is halcion (triazolam) with regards to teeth extraction?

Not that good choice. Halcion is one of the benzodiazepines, similar to ativan, xanax, (alprazolam) etc. Halcion may cause amnesia by effecting your memory adversely. Halcion is not used anymore, because of significant memory loss, some loss of control and sedation. Halcion may relax u during teeth extraction, but is not a good choice and i would not recommend it. Read more...
Not that good choice. Halcion is one of the benzodiazepines, similar to ativan, xanax, (alprazolam) etc. Halcion may cause amnesia by effecting your memory adversely. Halcion is not used anymore, because of significant memory loss, some loss of control and sedation. Halcion may relax u during teeth extraction, but is not a good choice and i would not recommend it. Read more...
Relaxation. Halcion (triazolam) is often used as a sedative hypnotic in conjunction with local anesthetic along with nitrous oxide for oral concious sedation at the dentist. Ocs s used for various dental procedures. Read more...

Teeth getting pulled. Will halcion (triazolam) work for sedation?

Probably not. Halcion (triazolam) is a benzodiazepine, but it is designed and marketed for sleep. It is used for other purposes, but is not likely to provide the effect you want. Consult with your dentist about this. Read more...
Yes. Halcyon is a commonly used medication in many protocols for oral conscious sedation. It can be used in combination with other medications to produce the desired effect. It is not intended as a deep sedative, but can be used to control dental anxiety in all procedures. It causes relaxation and amnesia, so it can be effectively used for wisdom tooth removal. Read more...

Should I take triazolam if I am going to have dental surgery?

Perhaps. If your physician and dentist recommend it and feel it's safe for you to take, triazolam may help calm you before the surgery. You should have someone else drive you to and from the procedure, though. Be well. Read more...
Possibly. Many patients who are apprehensive find it useful . Read more...

Does triazolam work good for dental surgery?

Yes. Triazolam is also sometimes used as an adjuvant in medical procedures requiring anesthesia or to reduce anxiety during brief events like MRI scans. Read more...
Yes. Triazolam is used routinely by many dentist for oral conscious sedation. The medication is very safe when used appropriately. One of the best "side-effect" i've noticed with my patients is they have amnesia so they don't remember the procedure. I posit the patients don't mind this too much. Make sure you ask your dentist if you have questions about medications and why they are using them. Read more...

Should I not breastfeed my 20 month old if I have taken. 25mg of triazolam for a dental procedure?

Traizolam and breasd. There are no data on the excretion of triazolam into human milk. Triazolam is excreted into the milk of rats. Other benzodiazepines are excreted into human milk and have been reported to have clinically significant effects on the breast-fed infant. The manufacturer reports that triazolam should not be taken by nursing women. Read more...
BREAST FEEDING. You can skip breast feeding due to the sedative effect of the rx. You can also stop breast feeding the 20 months old and give table foods plus whole milk. Consult peds. Read more...