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Advanced Sedation Dentistry Providing Ultimate Relaxation For The High Fear Dental Patients

Relaxation Sedation Dentistry Mesa AZ Dental Brothers

Getting Fearless About Dentistry Is Possible At The Dental Brothers

At the Dental Brothers, we offer our genuine compassionate hearts to ensure you feel and value our understanding to your deserved desire for special one to one fearless dentistry care. This area is so important to us that we have developed an entire protocol that has made us experts in Arizona with helping high fear patient’s fall in love with dentistry and our amazing team of care experts.

The Dental Brothers offers an array of complimentary services including Non-IV Oral Sedation Dentistry (ultimate-relaxing through meds) and Analgesia Nitrous Oxide (which is also known as laughing gas). We are honored to be offering the finest in an elevated patient experience around the country.

Dental Brothers brings together outstanding care and leadership in Non-IV Oral Sedation relaxed dentistry. They make it attainable, affordable and enjoyable to anyone who needs that extra tender loving care.

How does Non-IV Sedation Dentistry Work?

For those of you who have not yet experienced the amazing results of a Non IV Oral Sedation Dentistry visit, get ready to start smiling now  with the Dental Brothers. Non-IV Oral Sedation Dentistry offers a patient with high levels of anxiety the opportunity to finally relax and enjoy the process of dental treatment.

Blood pressure and medical history is attained prior to your treatment and a medication is prescribed to take the evening before treatment and the day of treatment. You will be given instructions so as to be sure you are safe and sailing with relaxation at your treatment appointment.

Within an hour of taken the medication, patients will feel relaxed and ready for treatment.

You must assign a driver to and from your appointment and have someone stay with you at home for a minimum of 16 hours after your appointment to ensure the medication has cleared your system.

What Do Patients Say About Non-IV Oral Sedation Dentistry?

For those of us here who practice advanced dentistry every day we get the luxury of hearing patients comment on their Non-IV Sedation Dentistry experience and the feedback is fantastic. It’s the kind of feedback that brings a smile to our face as much as it does to yours.

Comments we have attained are “Wow, that was so easy” to “I finally can say going to the dentist is fun and not fearful anymore.”

Patients who have not gone to the dentist in years finally feel confident and wonderful about coming in for appointments. And our busy executive patients who want to get a lot of treatment done in one or as few visits as possible find their relaxation and their schedules are maximized by getting all their treatment quickly so they focus on their work with minimal interruption.

When do you recommend a patient having NON-IV Sedation Dentistry?

Non-IV Oral Sedation Dentistry is a wonderful option for many patients for different reasons. Here are the top reasons why we would recommend Non-IV Sedation Dentistry to a patient:

a)     If you have extreme anxiety towards any dental treatment.

b)     If your procedure is an involved surgery.

c)      If you have a lot of treatment to be done and want to accomplish much or all of it in one appointment due to your work schedule.

What kind of patient is not a good candidate for Non-IV Oral Sedation?

We have found that 85% of our patients are excellent candidates for Non IV Sedation Dentistry. However, there are medical alerts we look at to be certain we can administer a safe and effective protocol to your fearless visit. Once we evaluate your medical history, any medications taken and you overall needs, we will be certain to explain to you whether Non IV Oral Sedation Dentistry is great option for you or if an alternative option may be more suitable.

What are the alternative options besides Non-IV Oral Sedation Dentistry?

The moderate yet widely used approach for years as another option to achieving relaxed dentistry is using nitrous oxide also referred to by most patients as laughing gas.

“Laughing gas” is a mild sedative. By inhaling a combination of Analgesia nitrous oxide and oxygen you can achieve a pleasant, tingling sensation. Patients often listen to relaxing music with this method to help keep their mind and body relaxed further. The inhaling technique for administrating Analgesia nitrous oxide makes it an ideal dental sedation option for people who fear dentistry.

How do I go about scheduling an appointment for Non-IV Oral Sedation Dentistry?

At the Dental Brothers, we’ve got you covered from start to finish with ultimate relaxation. Your very first step is to schedule an initial visit at the Dental Brothers office at (480)664-1449 where the doctors can identify your exact needs and then they will help prepare you for the day, time and type of treatment to begin your care. We offer no charge second opinions and consultations.

We can’t wait to see you shine with a beautiful smile and add your testimonial to our daily inspiration of enhancing patients’ lives.

For some people, a trip to the dentist is a very stressful time. Dental phobia and fear of pain are not uncommon in dental patients. For people who need help relaxing in the dentist chair, sedation dentistry is available as well as all of these services. 

  • Oral sedation. Taken the night before or the day of the appointment, oral sedatives relax but are not for pain relief.
  • IV sedation. This effective, safe method, normally monitored by an anesthesiologist, causes little or no discomfort and often little or no memory of the procedure.
  • Nitrous oxide. “Laughing gas” is inhaled through a mask to relax, with a local anesthetic used to eliminate pain.
  • General anesthesia. These drugs cause temporary loss of consciousness and are used for more complex treatments.

Dental Brothers makes your dental visit as comfortable as possible so you can enjoy the benefits of regular dentist visits and a clean oral bill of health.

Call us today at 480-359-2145 to schedule your convenient appointment.