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Painless Root Canal treatment

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Painless Root Canal treatment

Scared of going to the dentist? Try pain-free dentistry. Taking care of your mouth is crucial to ensuring that your teeth and gums remain healthy. However, brushing and flossing are only two components of maintaining optimal oral health. Professional oral care is also important. Whether you need routine cleaning and exam, you have a cavity, or you need a tooth extracted, professional dental care is essential.

People dread going to the dentist for multiple reasons, such as a bad previous outing, a poor dentist-patient relationship, or even the thought of having a stranger look into and prod around your mouth, one of the most intimate parts of your body. But the most common fear of the dentist is rooted in pain. Dental pain, with needle injections as the primary culprit, is a very real phobia for many people.

We at Dentalkrafts understand that a visit to the dentist could sometimes be distressing and that is why we try our best that your experience with us is a pleasant one. So from the moment you call our practice, we try to make you feel at ease and our kind and caring staff members are always there to answer questions, concerns and help you out where ever possible. We pride ourselves on providing an amazing dental experience and building a lifelong relationship with our patients and their families. 

FAQs

Is Pain-free Dentistry Safe?

This procedure is completely safe and effective for many patients as long as it is performed by a trained and a licensed medical professional. Our experts along with you will decide which sedation is the option that is right for your needs. If however, you still have concerns about being sedated, feel free to talk to our team.

How long will I be sedated?

The length of sedation varies depending on the sedative. The time it takes for the sedatives to wear off depends on the dose you have received. Some sedatives can be easily adjusted by our team so that the effects wear off when the treatment is over, while others must fade on their own.

What types of sedation do you use?

To ensure you don't feel any pain during your dental work, our team or specialist has several methods that can help you relax and feel comfortable. Local Anesthesia, Nitrous Oxide, Oral Sedation, and General Anesthesia are some sedation methods used for your dental procedure.

Will I feel anything during my treatment?

If you have received oral sedation, it’s highly unlikely that you will remember much about your treatment, as you may fall asleep. In most cases, patients do not feel anything. There is very little discomfort, and at the end of the appointment, many patients feel relaxed and comfortable with almost no memory of the treatment. the option that is right for your needs. If however, you still have concerns about being sedated, feel free to talk to our team.

Are there side effects related to sedation?

You may experience some minor side effects, including:

  • A dry mouth during or after the procedure
  • A very brief period of amnesia upon waking up
  • Headache or nausea
  • Grogginess is usually the most common symptom
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