Dental anxiety is common – and it can come about for a number of reasons. But you don’t have to let it get in the way of your dental and oral health. As a team of dentistry professionals, we pride ourselves on our commitment to providing each of our patients with a pleasant experience.
LN Dental Chester Hill is where you’ll find a team that understands how to ensure that your experience is as comfortable as possible. We have a wealth of experience and expertise to draw on and can work with you to find a way around any anxieties that might be standing between you and the treatment you need.
Oral sedation is a pill you take an hour or so before your treatment or procedure. Typically, you can respond to directives while under the influence of the medication, but you may not remember your procedure afterwards. With this option, you need a friend or family member to drive you to and from our dental surgery.
IV sedation in LN Dental Centre, Chester Hill, NSW—sometimes called sleep dentistry—is administered through an IV. With this option, you will sleep through your procedure and wake up after the effects have worn off.
Your dentist in LN Dental Centre, Chester Hill, NSW takes a thorough health history—including a list of current medications—to make sure IV sedation is a safe option for you. If it is a good choice based on your current situation, we plan your procedure.
IV sedation calls for medication delivered intravenously. During your treatment, Dr. Dong – IV s monitors your vitals as you rest and enjoy oblivion. Meanwhile, your dentist provides the treatment you need to maintain optimal oral health or an enhanced smile.
IV sedation is ideal for patients undergoing multiple treatments, invasive procedures, and even cosmetic dentistry in Chester Hill, NSW.
When you wake up, you will feel groggy and need transport home from your dental surgery. We recommend resting for the remainder of the day and not making any serious decisions until the sedation has worn off completely. Typically, we suggest waiting a full day.
No matter the option you choose, it is important that you not make any serious decisions on the day of your dental treatment. Additionally, do not drive or operate any machinery on this day.