Sedation Dentistry

Are you anxious about an upcoming dental appointment? You are not alone. 1 in 3 people have anxiety surrounding the dentist. The more anxious a patient feels prior to their appointment, the more they will benefit from sedation dentistry. If patients have been putting off needing dental work because of nervousness, they are likely a great candidate for this type of anesthesia. At 7th Street Dental, there is no longer a reason to fear the dentist.

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Sedation dentistry helps you relax and feel at ease during dental procedures. It is a moderate level of sedation, creating a very carefree attitude. Sometimes called “conscious sedation” or “twilight sleep,” it begins a state of short-term amnesia (forgetfulness) where you experience insensitivity to pain without the loss of consciousness.

Dr. Starr and his team want to ensure all their patients have a positive dental experience and leave with a beautiful, healthy, natural looking smile!

Beneficial for Patients Who Have:

  • A low pain threshold
  • Trouble sitting still in a dental chair
  • Very sensitive teeth
  • An overly sensitive gag reflex
  • A large amount of dental work needed
  • A fear of visiting the dentist
  • Claustrophobia while in the dental chair
  • A fear of needles (aichmophobia
  • Extreme teeth sensitivity
  • Decreased sensitivity to local anesthesia.
  • Difficulty controlling movements.
  • Special needs (including physical, cognitive
    or behavioral

Dr. Starr and his team want to ensure all their patients have a positive, comfortable dental experience and leave with a healthy, beautiful smile!.


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Sedation Dentistry

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