Book Now

Call us today: 01277 500 332

DentalKind, 54-56 High Street, Billericay, Essex CM12 9BS

Emergencies (Out-of-hours) : 07856 687 699

treatment

Dental Sedation Essex

Making your dental visits more comfortable...

We know that many people are fearful of dental procedures and experience anxiety before and during their dental visit. To make your visit more enjoyable and relaxing, we offer dental sedation in Essex, a conscious sedation to help you relax and to block pain during the procedure.

Under conscious sedation, you’ll be able to hear, see and respond to the action taking place around you in the dental surgery, but you are much less likely to experience anxiety from it. This also reduces your sense of pain.

DentalKind has fully trained and certified staff, as required by the GDC. Your dentist will work with you to determine which method is the safest choice for you.

To make your experience more relaxing we have:

  • Smile Analysis
  • overhead TV screens
  • DAB radio
  • Memory foam chairs
  • Tempur neck pillows
  • A range of hot and cold beverages
  • TV and up-to-date magazines in our waiting room

IV Sedation

IV stands for intravenous. IV sedation medication is delivered through a very small needle placed in the back of your hand or within your inner elbow. Because of its rapid effect, many patients prefer this relaxation option.

What are the benefits of IV sedation?

Just like other forms of sedation dentistry, IV sedation will relax you and make you completely comfortable. IV sedation also eliminates your anxiety and pain. If you have a bad gag reflex or difficulty sitting in a dental chair for long periods, IV sedation will help you with that, as well. You’ll be so relaxed that you may be unaware of the sights, smells, and sounds of the dental surgery, but still able to respond to verbal cues from the dentist. Patients remember little to nothing of their appointment by the next day.

IV sedation gives your dentist optimum control of the amount of medication administered – your level of sedation can be increased or decreased quickly and comfortably.

Am I a good candidate for IV sedation?

During your first appointment, the dentist will gather a complete health history, evaluate your needs, perform a preliminary oral exam, and explain the recommended procedures.

It’s critical to tell your dentist about all medications and supplements you take so they can check for any potential drug interactions with the sedation medications. Safety always comes first. Your dentist will have you fill out paperwork giving your consent for treatment, answer any questions, and issue pre-appointment instructions and/or medications. He or she may also contact your doctor(s) to ensure that you’re a good candidate for the type of treatment being proposed.

What will my actual treatment appointment be like?

You should not eat or drink anything eight hours before your IV sedation appointment, and a companion is required to take you to and from the dental surgery. The dentist will monitor your blood pressure, heart rate and rhythm, oxygen level, and pulse throughout the appointment. Upon administration of the IV medication, you will quickly begin to feel relaxed and at ease.

There is no set amount of recovery time, because every patient is different. Many patients begin to feel more alert soon after the IV medication is stopped; however, you should not drive or operate heavy machinery for at least 24 hours after the end of your appointment.

"If you are looking for a dentist who sees you as an individual and not just a set of teeth, then you have found the right place!"

We provide a wide range of cosmetic dental treatments including: Dental Implants, Porcelain and Composite Veneers, Cosmetic Dentures, Orthodontics and much more

wcu-1

Friendly and caring environment

wcu-1

Painless and peaceful treatment

wcu-1

Sedation for nervous patients

wcu-1

Guarantee provided on our dental work

wcu-1

Spread the cost of your investment