Sedation oral surgery is both a science and an art, and a major component of dental anesthesia is generating trust. The experts at ArkLaTex Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery understand this and work tirelessly to ensure each patient comes away from their patient experience with this feeling. And, because an oral surgeon requires intense surgical training, dental anesthesia requires highly skilled dental anesthesia technicians as well.
Dental anxiety is a natural feeling for millions of Americans—a necessary evil to maintaining the most crucial element of our daily appearance and general health. Because of sedation oral surgery, ArkLaTex Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery’s dental surgeons can offer the highest quality of complicated and simple dental procedures. Our sedation oral surgery services are one of our hallmarks. ArkLaTex has licensed dental anesthesiologists on staff, including our acclaimed oral and maxillofacial surgeons. Our sedation oral surgery team has years of advanced training beyond dental school.
An essential element in achieving successful outcomes and rapid recovery is a skilled sedation oral surgeonry specialist who can offer individualized dental anesthesia options. Ensuring patient comfort can create lifetime habits of maintaining good dental health.
ArkLaTex has some of the most technologically advanced sedation oral surgeonry around, designed for your safety and comfort. With family friendly offices in Shreveport, Bossier City, and Natchitoches, LA, ArkLaTex offers numerous anesthesia options to suit the individual complexities of your treatment. ArkLaTex has the cure for anxious oral surgeonry for all our patients.
Oral sedation commonly finds its use as calming dental sedation requiring oral administration. As described earlier, it eases dental anxiety and discomfort, it may also lessen gag reflex. Its effects are flexible and vary depending on the medication prescribed and dosage.
Intravenous (IV) sedation requires close monitoring, as in all sedation methods. The administration is intravenous, and you enter a sleeplike state but remain awake during your procedure. With amnesic effects, many patients who receive intravenous (IV) sedation may forget parts of their care or the entirety of their treatment. As there may be some lasting effects, patients will need an escort home after their visit.
Full mouth dental implant procedures require general anesthesia. These surgical treatments are complex and extensive. A combination of medications renders you completely unconscious. Only specially trained dental anesthesiologists and oral surgeons can provide this level of anesthesia.
Because of fear, you may delay dental visits, ignore symptoms, or skip appointments. Dental anxiety can result in a worsening of dental issues. The associated risks are considerable since minor dental health issues that go unchecked can eventually turn into big ones. Dental anxiety can lead to additional systemic complications, more pain and more treatments. To avoid experiencing dental anxiety, early introduction of comfort sedation can help build good dental habits.
Symptoms of dental anxiety don’t need to happen to you with our sedation and anesthesia options. ArkLaTex Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Shreveport and Natchitoches, LA, offer sedation anesthesia near you.
Reach out and learn more about how our specialized and comprehensive sedation solutions can offer the comfort and confidence you need for a healthy smile and a healthy life.
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