Sedation Dentistry Specialist

Dong Phee, D.D.S. -  - Comprehensive, Sedation & Implant Dentistry

Denton Oak Dentistry

Dong Phee, D.D.S.

Comprehensive, Sedation & Implant Dentistry & Invisalign Specialist located in Corinth/Denton, TX

Denton Oak Dentistry uses sedation dentistry as a way to help patients who are struggling with dental anxiety. David Phee, DDS, is a skilled and certified provider who can help patients in and around Denton and Corinth, Texas, receive the treatment they need without dealing with significant anxiety or pain. Call Denton Oak Dentistry or schedule your appointment online today.

Sedation Dentistry Q & A

What is sedation dentistry?

Sedation dentistry, a dental treatment strategy, uses various medications to relax patients during cleanings or other dental procedures. Dr. Phee offers a variety of treatment options to meet the needs of each patient.

Sedation dentistry proves beneficial to patients who are afraid of dental treatments for any reason. Some of the most common reasons for dental anxiety include a fear of needles, fear of sounds and smells in the dental office, or a history of bad experiences with dental treatment.

What medications are available?

Denton Oak Dentistry offers several medications that can help a patient relax during dental treatment. Patients may take oral sedation medications before a dental appointment to control anxiety. Dr. Phee may also administer nitrous oxide during dental treatment through a mask, making the patient better sedated.

Is sedation dentistry safe?

Dr. Phee is certified to safely administer sedation to patients of all ages. This technique proves especially beneficial for people afraid of dental procedures. The risks associated with sedation dentistry are low, but Dr. Phee is highly qualified to provide patients with specific instructions to ensure they don’t experience any unnecessary complications.

How will I feel after sedation?

Many patients report not having much memory of their procedure after the sedation wears off. Depending on the medication used, you may feel groggy after the procedure. In most cases, you’ll need a friend or family member to drive you home after the procedure.

If sedation dentistry can help you get the dental treatment you need, call Denton Oak Dentistry or schedule an appointment online today.