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What is sedation dentistry?
Not many people enjoy going to the dentist. While going for a checkup is certainly recommended as part of a healthy and happy lifestyle, it can be a daunting experience for some. However, just because you’re afraid of going to the dentist doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the very best treatment.
At Smile Concepts, we understand the anxiety our patients sometimes feel. It’s perfectly normal. That’s why we offer sedation as a safe option for those who would rather be in a relaxed and drowsy state for their treatment. You’ll be awake the whole time, but unaware of the treatment you’re undergoing.
Are there any risks to sedation?
During the procedure, your pulse, blood pressure, heart and oxygen levels will all be closely monitored, ensuring your well being above all else. While it can take some time for the effects of the sedative to wear off, you’ll be advised by an expert team on when it will clear from your system. Sedation at Smile Concepts is handled by Dr Matt Rootkin-Grey, Consultant Anaesthetist. Under Matt’s watch, all our patients receive the utmost safety and care.
For more information about sedation dentistry in Solihull Birmingham, or to arrange a consultation with a professional dentist, contact us today.
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We care about your wellbeing and provide premium levels of service and care. We believe that high quality, comprehensive dental treatment is the best way to preserve teeth and prevent tooth loss.
Dental hygiene is at the heart of our preventative care and we believe in treating our patients using the most up to date clinical research and protocols.
We deliver the most comprehensive dental care available in the UK today, with prevention at the heart of the practice philosophy, where quality and care go hand in hand.
A person’s smile and face says a lot about a person, it is one of the first things people notice when they meet someone, and at smile concepts it is our passion if you so wish to make sure your smile is healthy and is the best it can possibly be. This is complimented by being at the forefront of non-surgical facial aesthetics.
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