IV Sedation

Is Fear Keeping You from the Dentist?

Jenkins Dental [city], [state]

You Are Not Alone in Your Dental Anxiety

Have you been avoiding the dentist because you suffer from dental anxiety? Or have past bad experiences with the dentist kept you from seeking dental care now? You are not alone! Over 30 million Americans share the same feelings! If you are afraid to visit the dentist, we welcome you to our office! Dr. Carl Medgaus and his team have decades of experience treating a variety of fearful and anxious patients and have helped countless patients feel at ease at their dental appointments. Through open communication about your past experiences, we can help you overcome your dental anxiety or fears, then provide you with the most ideal form of sedation, including calming IV sedation, for your needs. Through our compassionate, gentle care, we are here to help you feel confident in your dental experiences now and in the future!

Why Our Patients Choose Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry is one of the best advancements in modern dentistry, especially with the emergence of IV sedation. Aiding as both a relaxation method and to stop sensations of pain, sedation can make stressful dental appointments comfortable and calming. Sedation is also ideal for patients who struggle with sensitive teeth or a sensitive gag reflex, have difficulty sitting still for long periods of time, and those needing extensive dental work. Dr. Medgaus partners with an experienced anesthesiologist at his office and has hospital privileges for patients desiring IV sedation during their appointment. As one of the most customizable forms of sedation, IV sedation provide the optimal level of pain control, comfort, and anxiety control. Though conscious during treatment, many patients who choose IV sedation experience little-to-no memory of their actual appointment. If you have dental anxiety or fear, we encourage you to learn about our sedation options and make an appointment with our experienced team today!

Our Sedation Dentistry Options

  • Local anesthetic to numb the treatment site and provide adequate pain control.
  • Oral sedation to create a drowsy effect for a comfortable, safe experience.
  • Nitrous oxide to provide relaxation and a calming effect with no side effects.
  • IV sedation to experience the highest level of personalized conscious sedation.
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Are you in pain but afraid to go to the dentist?

Don’t let dental anxiety hold you back!