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What Are The Effects Of Sedation On Brain Development?

Sedation And Brain Development

If your child’s dentist has recommended sedation, you may be wondering what the effects of such sedation are, like the effects of sedation on brain development. This blog post will examine this topic in more detail below. First and foremost, however, while major dental associations like the Canadian Dental Association and other similar groups note […]

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Types of Sedation for Children at the Dentist

Types of Sedation for Children at the Dentist

As a parent, you know the importance of ensuring that your children get the best dental care. But some children are not very cooperative when visiting the dental office, which makes performing even the simplest procedures quite difficult. Dental anxiety is a common concern for many people, including children, who tend to feel worried about […]

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Should Kids Be Sedated at the Dentist?

child dentist treat boy teeth under sedation

With any medical procedure, there are certain risks. So, it’s no surprise many parents can be concerned when their special needs child requires sedation for dental work. From tooth extractions to cavity fillings, the child must remain calm and cooperative for the treatment to go smoothly. What is Sedation? Sedation involves administering a drug to […]

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How Sedation Can Improve Your Child’s Dentist Visit

cute girl smiling and showing OK sign at dental clinic

Cleanings, cavities, and check-ups can make your child nervous. One of the best ways to ease their anxiety is to start bringing your child in early, around their first birthday. Your child may still feel anxious from time to time despite your best efforts. When all else fails, sedation can be an effective tool to […]

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Are Dental Sedation Methods Safe For Small Children?

Safety Of Dental Sedation For Children

In cases where a child is particularly fearful about a dental procedure, is uncooperative or is unable to sit still, dental sedation or anesthesia may be recommended. There are three options available for dental sedation or anesthesia: Conscious sedation: Your child will remain awake. Conscious sedation can be achieved through the inhalation of nitrous oxide […]

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