We know just how much some people feel the need to be sedated at the time of going to the dentist. It’s understandable, for we know that there are people who are afraid of the dremel or drill. But far more than just the dremel itself, it’s the sound of it. That noise that makes you want to leave right away, go home, and cuddle with your loved ones. Sadly, there is still no solution to that particular issue other than to be sedated and lose interest for the sound of the dremel. Our cosmetic dentistry in Los Angeles by Dr. Anthony Mobasser will provide you the best experience you can get at a dentist.
This is not only because we sedate you. No. But rather because we understand you and are going to do our best efforts for making you feel comfortable at the same time we give you the best results with any procedures you’re having with us. It’s been enough suffering for you with your toothache or those chipped teeth from that one time you fell off your bike in the park. We understand the struggle you have had to go through, so we will not put you into more stress with the dremel. We will handle the situation for you, and you won’t even notice it.
How, When and Which Cosmetic Dentistry In Los Angeles
Sedation can be done in a few ways. Which means that it has a few types. Now, there’s no difference in the timing of when to use them. Except, of course, in specific cases of pregnancy or situations in which anesthesia is not possible due to allergic reactions. We can provide you with either one of two main types of sedation for our procedures. Both of them are great options, but each one is useful for different cases.
Oral sedation (also known as conscious sedation), is one of the most common sedative techniques used in dentistry. This kind of sedation can be employed in the aforementioned cases and can be administered by inhaling the anesthesia gas. Being afraid of the dremel or just not wanting to feel through your nerves being touched. We know you just want to be comfortable during these procedures, and we want to give you that comfort. You will be awake, but won’t even notice what is happening on your mouth.
Intravenous Sedation (IV)
Also known as twilight sleep, intravenous sedation is actually just general anesthesia. And although it’s more commonly used in surgeries, clinical procedures, and hospitals, it can also be used in dentistry. This is because some patients might need a great variety of procedures done in just one day. It ends up being a much more convenient way to sedate patients in a few specific cases.
Contact Our Cosmetic Dentistry in Los Angeles
In our office for cosmetic dentistry in Los Angeles, Dr. Anthony Mobasser wants you to have the smile you deserve. Without the known bother of going to the dentist. Although naturally you have to come here with us, we will make you feel so comfortable you won’t even notice.
Call us now at (310) 550-0383 and schedule an appointment! We will gladly help you with any dental issues you may have.