5 Things You Should Know About IV Sedation Dentistry
Dental procedures can feel like daunting ones as the patients are often extremely uncomfortable and scared about them. The thought of feeling the pressure and pain can make the patients extremely anxious about the procedures which can result in further problems like the feeling of nausea and shooting up of blood pressure.
Keeping all these issues in mind, Rolle Oral and Facial Surgery offer different types of anesthesia ensuring less anxiety and more comfort during the procedure. Even though the local anesthesia is done in the simple cases of tooth extraction, IV sedation is suggested for more complex procedures. Dr. Rolle is a certified specialist with anesthesia which is why you can be assured you are in safe hands. The aim of his team is to ensure complete comfort with zero pain. Take a look at the following points to know more about IV sedation.
Things to Know About Intravenous Sedation
- Avoid eating or drinking at least eight hours before the procedure.
- If you are a smoker, you need to minimize your smoking from a few days before the procedure. And you must ensure that you don’t smoke 12 hours before the surgery.
- During the procedure, IV sedation will make the patient numb and sleepy. And that is why after the procedure is done, the patient will still remain under influence. In a situation like this, driving back or going back home on their own is not suggested. That is why Dr. Richard Rolle Jr. suggests that the patient comes to the clinic on the day of the procedure accompanied by a responsible adult.
- The patient must come in loose-fitting clothes and flat shoes. The sleeves should be rolled up above the elbow during the procedure. The patient must not sport any accessories or jewelry, contact lens, or denture.
- If the patient has any issues like stomach upset, cough, and/or cold, he or she must notify the clinic beforehand.
So, next time when you are going to visit Dr. RichardRolle Jr. for dental procedures and getting IV sedation, just don’t worry. You are in safe hands and will be taken good care of. To fix an appointment, visit https://rolleoralfacialsurgery.com/ or call at 704-892-9500 now.
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