City Square Dental

Sleep Dentistry Mississauga

City Square Dental in Mississauga offers highly affordable and effective dental sedation services, ensuring patients experience pain-free dentistry. Whether its a simple cleaning or a root canal, you can rest easy knowing you won’t feel any discomfort. In fact, you might not even remember the procedure at all!

Pain Free Asleep Dental Clinic

  • Affordable paid free sedation dentist in Mississauga
  • Certified dental anesthesiologist on duty
  • Increased satisfaction and dental attendance

"Dentistry asleep increases our patients comfort levels, and allows our dentist to operate in a calm environment, leading to superior results."

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Sedation Dentistry Options

If visiting the dentist makes you feel anxious, you are not alone. At City Square Dental, we care about ensuring that you experience complete comfort during your dental visits, which is why we offer Sedation Dentistry options! Various sedative options are used to achieve a relaxed, comfortable and calm state for our patients. The sedatives we utilize range from mild to moderate and can be administered in different ways.

Inhaled Minimal Sedation

Patients are made to breathe in nitrous oxide or laughing gas in layman’s term. This gas is combined with oxygen and delivered to the body through a mask as the dental practitioner controls the intake. The gas would wear off quickly that is why this is used only for fast application of a dental procedure or solution.

Oral Sedation

Oral sedation may differ in level depending on the required dose a procedure needs. Pills provide minimum effect and dentists typically use Halcion which belongs in the same category as Valium. Patients are administered this solution an hour prior to procedure. This is the most common sedation solution used in dentistry.

IV Moderate Sedation

Patients of any kind receive the drug through intravenous administration. The drug takes effect quickly and allows dentists to adjust a patient’s level of intake. The patient is still on the edge of consciousness.

General Anesthesia

Patients are rendered unconscious in this type of sedation where a patient is put to sleep during conduction of a certain procedure. The effect of
this type is severe that it takes to wait for it to wear off or the process has to be reversed by administering another medication.

Is Sedation Dentistry Right For You?

If even the thought of a trip to the dentist makes you feel somewhat anxious, don’t feel alone. Dental phobia, or fear of the dental chair, is reported to occur in many people to one degree or another. Although facing and banishing your fear would be a great accomplishment, Sedation Dentistry at City Square Dental is a more realistic option that works by helping you manage your anxiety and allowing you to get the dental care you need.

When considering which type of sedation method is right for you, we conduct a thorough examination that includes discussion regarding your past medical history, the current prescription medications you are taking and discuss the risks associated with undisclosed recreational drug use and the method of sedation used for your visit. We suggest that you bring a detailed list of your medical history, including any medications and nutritional supplements you may be taking to your initial consultation.

Are You a Candidate for Sedation Dentistry?

Sedation Dentistry may be the right option for you if you’ve experienced any of the following:

  • High Fear or Anxiety
  • Have had traumatic dental experiences
  • Have very sensitive teeth
  • A gag reflex
  • Extensive dental problems
  • Resistance to numbing

The Benefits of Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry allows people with dental anxiety or fear of the dentist regain their confidence in the importance of regular hygiene and periodontal treatments.  Routine dental care, such as dental hygiene visits are essential when preventing the onset of more complex dental problems. Following a routine care and maintenance schedule helps our patients avoid the very thing they fear — with fewer visits to the dentist! Sedation Dentistry is pain-free and you will have no recollection of the procedure.

Is Sedation Dentistry safe?

Sedation dentistry is considered to be very safe. Patients undergoing sedation dentistry services are required to have a responsible party drive them to and from their appointment and remain with them until the effects of the sedation have passed.

We welcome you to contact City Square Dental to book your consultation appointment today.

Sedation Dental Clinic in Mississauga