Fear of pain, sensory difficulties, and difficulty sitting still can keep you from receiving the dental treatment that you need. With sedation dentistry, you can finally put your dental health first. Dr. Coulibaly uses oral conscious sedation and IV sedation to keep our patients calm and comfortable during their treatments.View transcript
[00:00:05.760] Sedation and general anesthesia. [00:00:08.920] Here we do offer sedation. We do not offer general anesthesia. [00:00:12.880] Sedation is like a state of a twilight sleep in which the patient is put. [00:00:19.120] It's the most comfortable state in which the patient could be [00:00:23.720] in order to undergo dental treatment without the anxiety. [00:00:28.840] Sedation is used in several scenarios. [00:00:32.000] When the patient has a lot of work that they want to get done at once, [00:00:37.600] we can use sedation, also with a certain type of procedure [00:00:40.440] that are a little bit more invasive, such as implants, dentistry or surgeries. [00:00:47.000] Not all dentists can provide sedation or general anesthesia. [00:00:51.960] You have to have a training, which I had back in 2020. [00:00:57.160] I had advanced training in sedation, [00:00:59.800] in IV oral conscious sedation and in IV sedation.