IV Sedation Dentistry

Intravenous sedation dentistry offers a deep state of relaxation while undergoing dental treatments. The dentist will still be able to communicate directions to you, allowing treatment to continue as normal. The sedation method is safe and reliable, and is ideally suited to patients who suffer from severe dental phobias. You are closely monitored while sedated, so there is no reason to be concerned during treatment.

Due to the deeply relaxed state of patients during treatment with IV sedation, most people begin to build positive reinforcements about visiting the dentist. The majority of people only vaguely remember the dentist giving basic directions, but the treatment times feel much shorter. If you have a fear of needles, IV sedation is probably not the right choice for you. Consult with Bear Brook Dental Care and we can provide more information on other available methods of sedation.

Sedation with a Dental Anesthesiologist

Sedation with a dental anesthesiologist means you are constantly monitored to ensure you are safe. Bear Brook Dental Care is committed to providing our patients with effective treatment options, regardless of dental phobias. Part of our drive toward better oral health care focuses on creating positive reinforcements in the minds of patients with dental phobias.

Sedation with a dental anesthesiologist can begin to chip away at your negative impressions of dentistry. You will begin to feel more relaxed when you visit the dentist, and may even be able to, one day, face minor treatments without the need for sedation. Bear Brook Dental Care will do everything we can to help you relax when you visit us for treatment.

For more information on IV sedation and other methods of sedation dentistry, contact Bear Brook Dental Care, and arrange a consultation with a friendly and understanding dentist.

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As required by the COVID-19 ADVISORY FOR NEW JERSEY DENTAL PROFESSIONALS, our office will be closed from Monday, March 16th through Monday, April 20th.

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