Sedation Dentistry in Prescott, AZ
Experience a comfortable and anxiety-free dental procedure.
What Is Sedation Dentistry?
Does just the thought of going to the dentist make your anxiety skyrocket?
You’re not alone!
Over 60% of people…Opens in a new window to article citing this study… suffer from dental fear, often keeping them from receiving the care they need.
Do any of these sound familiar?
Sedation dentistry in Prescott, AZ can help! No matter what kind of treatment you need, contact our office today to make your anxiety-free appointment.
Types of Sedation Dentistry
We offer three types of sedation to meet your needs and comfort level.
Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, offers a light level of sedation. You inhale the gas through a nosepiece, feeling an immediate full-body relaxation. You’ll still be awake and conscious throughout your procedure, and our team will monitor and adjust your level of gas to meet your comfort level. Once treatment is complete, you’ll be back to normal within a few minutes and able to drive yourself home.
Oral sedation comes in the form of a pill and provides a mild to moderate level of sedation depending on the prescribed dosage. You’ll take the medication before your appointment, and feel calm and drowsy by the time we start treatment. You’ll still be partially conscious throughout the procedure, but will feel blurry and you may even fall asleep. You may not remember the procedure afterward and will need someone to drive you home.
IV sedation provides the deepest form of relaxation, allowing you to be completely unconscious for the whole procedure. You won’t feel or remember anything. IV sedation will be closely monitored by an experienced and trained professional, ensuring you’ll stay safely asleep and comfortable. With this more powerful form of sedation, you’ll need someone to safely drive you home.
Your Comfort Is Our Priority
Our Prescott, AZ dental team is here to ease your fears.
When you suffer from dental anxiety and fear, the right environment can make all the difference!
In addition to offering sedation dentistry options, our Distinctive Dental Care office provides premium spa-like comforts to keep you calm and in control, including:
Dr. Paul and Dr. Aaron are empathetic to dental anxiety and do everything they can to make the experience as pleasant and easy as possible. They’ll listen closely to your concerns, get to know you on a personal level, and explain each step of the process, so you always know what to expect.
Learn more about what makes our office unique!
“So kind and caring as well as gentle. To relax, you can have a complimentary hot wax hand dip, a free bottle of water, or even a healthy snack. They understand my fear of dentists, and took their time with me, explaining each thing they were doing. The father/son dental partners are great... What a pleasure to meet such kind, caring people who have become our choice for our forever family dentist. The staff is kind and gentle as well. ”
– Amy N. (5-Star Google Review)
Questions About Sedation Dentistry?
Get the answers from our expert dental team.
- How much does sedation dentistry cost?
Each patient’s needs are unique. The costs for sedation vary depending on the type of sedative used, the length and type of procedure(s), and insurance coverage.
For an accurate quote tailored to you, please contact our office about sedation dentistry in Prescott, AZ.
We understand that costs alone can be anxiety-inducing, so we do everything we can to find solutions that fit within your budget. We accept many insurance plans and offer multiple payment options, including cash, checks, and credit cards.
We also offer financing through CareCredit…Opens in a new window to CareCredit homepage….
- Is sedation dentistry safe?
Yes, sedation dentistry is safe when performed and monitored by a trained and experienced dentist. You can trust you are in good hands with Dr. Aaron and Dr. Paul at Distinctive Dental Care.
- Which sedation option is right for me?
This will depend on your comfort level and anxiety concerns, budget, and type of procedure needed. Contact our office today to discuss your specific needs and we can make a recommendation that’s best for you.
- Will I feel any pain while sedated?
No. We use a combination of both sedation and local anesthetic to keep your mouth numb while we work, so you’ll likely not feel anything at all.