CLIENT Sedation Dentistry Services

Does going to the dentist give you crippling anxiety? If this is the case, you will benefit from sedation dentistry at Allan S. Thomas. The dental office of Allan S. Thomas practices sedation dentistry in all forms. We use the least invasive dental sedatives on the market to ensure that our patients feel secure. We are one of the select dental clinics around Sugarhouse to carry numerous forms of dental sedation to give you the best, most painless experience.

What is Sedation Dentistry?

Dental sedation is safe for both children and adults. These drugs lower your stress for any dental treatment by soothing your anxieties, rather than triggering you to fall asleep the way general anesthesia does. Our sedation dentist has various drugs on-hand to help you rest easy and recover with a brilliant smile.

Oral Sedatives

Oral sedation dentistry often comes in the form of a pill or capsule and generally takes an hour to start working. Before your consultation, simply swallow the prescribed medication. By the time you arrive at Allan S. Thomas’s office, you’ll feel drowsy and prepared for the dentist’s chair. Because of these side effects, it is essential to have a friend or family member drive you to and from your dentist appointment.

Nitrous Oxide

When using nitrous oxide, patients will feel calmer while also being numbed to any pain. In fact, some patients may feel so at ease that they go to sleep.

IV Sedation

This sedative is the most useful and fast-acting selection we offer, so it’s typically reserved for more serious procedures. Our sedation dentists monitor the amount of sedative given to a patient through an IV. If the dentist scares you more than needles and you need to undergo a long or intensive procedure, this is the best course of action. Though each process is individual, each type of sedation comes with side effects.

Talk to Us about Sedation Dentistry

Contact Allan S. Thomas, DMD today to learn all about our sedation methods. We appreciatively serve Sugarhouse and the greater Salt Lake City area. For inquiries about cost, method, risks or side effects of sedation dentistry, call Allan S. Thomas, DMD at 801-322-4900.