Do you or a loved one have dental fear and anxiety? Dr. Todd Robinson and his dental team are passionate about helping patients get the care they need. They help find the right dental treatments that suit each patient’s oral health concerns. By collaborating with patients through every step of the treatment process, Dr. Robinson can help assuage any fears or concerns. Dr. Robinson also provides dental sedation in his Chapel Hill, NC office. Dental sedation helps to calm patients for procedures, whether they be routine or complex.
Benefits of Dental Sedation
Sedation dentistry offers patients a variety of benefits, including:
- Pain-free dental care
- Anxiety relief
- Reduction of the gag reflex
- Quick and safe treatment
Using dental sedation, we are able to perform multiple treatments in just one visit. Because patients are relaxed under sedation, our team can be more efficient.
Sedation dentistry can also benefit patients with dental fear or anxiety, low tolerances for pain, or a phobia of needles, blood, or loud noises. If you have any of these conditions or want a more comfortable dental experience, call our office for a consultation. We will provide accommodations for you or your loved one.
What is Oral Sedation?
Oral conscious sedation is taken in pill form. Patients take this sedation at home so that they feel relaxed during their procedure. This type of sedation allows patients to be responsive yet fully comfortable during treatment. Some patients may even fall asleep while sedated, and many have little to no memory of the procedure. Oral sedation can take time to become effective and wear off, which is why we recommend that patients be driven to and from their appointment.
Schedule a Dental Appointment
Do you want to have a positive experience at the dentist? Ask us about dental sedation. If you are a new patient, call our Chapel Hill, NC dental office at (919) 551-8847. Returning patients can make an appointment by calling (919) 442-1670. You can also request a consultation with Dr. Robinson on our website. Let us know if you have any remaining questions about dental sedation; we will be happy to help.