Sedation Dentist in Miami | What is Sedation Dentistry?

Posted on October 25th, 2017

What is Sedation Dentistry?

Dental anxiety and phobia are more common then you may think. And, it is essential to overall health to keep your oral health at its best! But, nerves about being in the dental chair keeps up to 15 percent of Americans away from visiting. Luckily, a sedation dentist in Miami can help ease those nerves. Here’s how it works:

What are the Types of Sedation?
There are several types of sedation. The varying levels that you can receive will depend on the severity of the anxiety and procedure. Nitrous Oxide is known as laughing gas. This is a light sedation. Next, oral consciousness is for minimal to moderate sedation. Lastly, IV conscious sedation is administered directly into the body with continual adjustment. Your dentist will speak with you to determine what is best.

Why Do People Need Sedation Dentistry?
Dental anxiety and phobia are the fear of going to the dentist. This could be related to any aspect of the dental visit. And, it can make it difficult or even impossible to complete procedures of varying degrees. Sedation dentistry puts patients at ease so that our practice can provide the best care possible. If you experience either anxiety or a phobia, all it takes is a quick conversation with your dentist to see if sedation is an option for you!

Are You Looking for a Sedation Dentist in Miami?
There is no need to fear our dental chair! If you are in need of a sedation dentist in Miami, we are here for you. So, contact us today to learn more about our services and to schedule an appointment!

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About Ramon Bana, DDS

Dr. Bana’s patients describe him as down-to-earth, professional and full of heart. He is talented and strives to make each patient leave the office feeling better than when they arrived. Patient comfort is his top priority, and patients say they feel like extended family. He is dedicated to his practice, patients and team – and it shows. Dr. Bana loves coming to work because his work changes people for the better. Patients leave his care healthier, happier and with brighter smiles.