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How willbeing sedated for a dental procedure feel?

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Dr. James Wright
Dentistry
11 doctors agree

In brief: Patients are relaxed

Relaxed, sleepy and calm..
. Sometimes sedation makes it possible for a patient who would avoid dental treatment to have their treatment done. If this is the case, sedation can be a big benefit, as fear of the dentist has cost so many people their teeth. Sedation (sleep) dentistry is helping patients to have dental care.

In brief: Patients are relaxed

Relaxed, sleepy and calm..
. Sometimes sedation makes it possible for a patient who would avoid dental treatment to have their treatment done. If this is the case, sedation can be a big benefit, as fear of the dentist has cost so many people their teeth. Sedation (sleep) dentistry is helping patients to have dental care.
Dr. James Wright
Dr. James Wright
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Dr. Orrin Ailloni-Charas
Anesthesiology
3 doctors agree

In brief: You will

Feel sleepy and relaxed.
Hopefully not too dizzy or nauseated. Sedation is used to make the procedure less unpleasant.

In brief: You will

Feel sleepy and relaxed.
Hopefully not too dizzy or nauseated. Sedation is used to make the procedure less unpleasant.
Dr. Orrin Ailloni-Charas
Dr. Orrin Ailloni-Charas
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Dr. Brian Dorfman
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Very pleasant

Iv sedation makes an unpleasant situation very pleasant.
Most of my patirnts desire sedation for this reason. Sedation prevents you from remembering the procedure as well. Highly recommended.

In brief: Very pleasant

Iv sedation makes an unpleasant situation very pleasant.
Most of my patirnts desire sedation for this reason. Sedation prevents you from remembering the procedure as well. Highly recommended.
Dr. Brian Dorfman
Dr. Brian Dorfman
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Dr. Abel Loredo
Dentistry

In brief: Sedation

It depends in the level of sedation.
If you are undergoing conscious sedation, you will be very drunk with slurred speech. You may or may not remember all that you say or remember what happened, but you will be able to respond to commands or stimuli. If you are completely sedated you will be completely out and will not remember anything of what happened.

In brief: Sedation

It depends in the level of sedation.
If you are undergoing conscious sedation, you will be very drunk with slurred speech. You may or may not remember all that you say or remember what happened, but you will be able to respond to commands or stimuli. If you are completely sedated you will be completely out and will not remember anything of what happened.
Dr. Abel Loredo
Dr. Abel Loredo
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