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Spring, Texas

16312 Stuebner Airline

Spring, TX 77379

281-379-3636

Magnolia, Texas

18252 FM 1488, Suite 120

Magnolia, TX 77354

281-252-0055

Katy, Texas

3616 Fry Road #230

Katy, TX 77449

281-398-6006

Spring/Woodlands, Texas

2400 FM 2920, Suite 110

Spring, TX 77388

281-353-6300

Cinco Ranch, Texas

20680 Westheimer Park, Suite 50

Katy, TX 77450

281-398-3636

Cy-Fair/NW Houston, Texas

17301-A FM 529

Houston, TX 77095

281-855-1100

Conroe/Montgomery, Texas

16145 Highway 105 West Suite 400

Montgomery, TX 77356

936-447-3000

Sedation Q & A

Who is a candidate for sedation?

If you have anxiety or fear about going to the dentist you are a candidate for sedation dentistry. If you have a fear of pain, have had a traumatic dental experience in the past, or the sounds and smells of a dental office make you nauseous, sedation dentistry can help you get over your anxiety.

Some people have physical reasons, like a bad gag reflex or very sensitive teeth, which make them a candidate for sedation dentistry as well. If you are not sure if you are a candidate ask your dentist.

Will I be unconscious?

No, but you will be in a deep state of relaxation during your treatment. You will still be able to breathe on your own and communicate, but you will not feel any pain or anxiety. You may not even remember the procedure afterwards.

How long will I be sedated?

Sedation can last from about 2-6 hours depending on the strength of sedative you are given and how long your procedure takes.

Will I be monitored?

Yes, at all times during your sedation someone will be with you. We also monitor your vitals to make sure they remain at a normal level. Safety is of the utmost importance to us.

Are there any long term effects of sedation?

No. You will feel a little groggy and "out of it" after some forms of sedation, but after a few hours you will feel like yourself again. You will need to have someone drive you home from your appointment in these cases.

What procedures can be performed under sedation?

Just about any procedure can be performed with sedation. The sedation is not for the procedure itself, but for the anxiety that accompanies the procedure. Ask your dentist if sedation is available for a particular procedure.

How many appointments will I need to complete my dental work?

In most cases it only takes two appointments. The first appointment will be a consultation to check your health history and make sure you are a candidate for sedation. The next appointment will be to perform the necessary procedures. This can usually be done in one appointment, but may require a follow up visit.

Will my insurance cover sedation?

In most cases it will not be covered by your insurance provider. We will review your insurance coverage and let you know if it is covered or not. If it is not covered, we will let you know the cost and, if necessary, we can put together a financing plan for you.

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