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At our clinic, we understand that dental anxiety and fear can prevent many adults from receiving the oral care they need. That’s why we offer gentle and effective dental sedation for adults treatment, ensuring a calm and comfortable experience for our patients. Dental sedation involves the use of medication to induce a relaxed and anxiety-free state during dental procedures. It is especially beneficial for patients with dental phobia, sensitive gag reflex, or those requiring extensive dental work. Our experienced team closely monitors you throughout the procedure, ensuring your safety and well-being. The benefits of dental sedation for adults treatment go beyond the immediate comfort. By overcoming your dental anxiety, you can receive the necessary treatments, improve your oral health, and maintain a beautiful smile with ease.
There are several benefits to Sedation for Adults, which is why it’s such a popular option with many patients in our London practice. We’ve gone over just a few of the Sedation for Adults benefits below.
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Mr. Aldaadaa (or AL as called by friends and patients) is a GDC registered Specialist Oral Surgeon with extensive training at world-prestigious universities and hospitals. He is amongst a handful of surgeons in the United Kingdom with triple higher training; in academic (PhD) and clinical Oral Surgery (MOralSurg) as well as Implant Dentistry (Cer.Imp.Dent) utilising the latest evidence based technology to provide high standard treatments.
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Your Implant Retained Dentures treatment will be tailored to your exact requirements; therefore, one treatment can be very different from the next. However, we’ve provided a basic overview of a Implant Retained Dentures below.
During the consultation, our compassionate dental team will discuss your dental fears, medical history, and treatment needs. We will tailor the sedation approach to your specific requirements.
Before the procedure, we will provide instructions regarding fasting, medications, and transportation arrangements, if necessary. These preparations help ensure a safe and smooth experience.
Once you are comfortably sedated, our skilled dentist will perform the necessary dental procedures, such as fillings, extractions, or root canals, while continuously monitoring your vital signs.
Arrange for a responsible adult to accompany you home after the procedure and stay with you for a few hours until the effects of sedation wear off.
Rest and take it easy for the remainder of the day, allowing your body to recover from the sedation experience.
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Rest for the remainder of the day and avoid engaging in any physically or mentally strenuous activities.
Take any prescribed medications as directed by your dentist to manage any potential discomfort or side effects.
Resume a normal diet gradually, starting with soft foods and gradually reintroducing solid foods as tolerated.
Follow regular oral hygiene practices, including gentle brushing and flossing, to maintain oral health.
BDS (Kings College University of London), Cert Orth (New York University), Msc . Stem cells . Distinction (Kings College University of London)
GDC Number: 63959
BChd (Hons) MClinDent OS (UCL Eastman) MOralSurg (RCSEng) Cer.Imp.Dent (Warwick) PhD (UCL Eastman)
GDC Number: 275892
BDS University of Manchester
GDC NUMBER: 296144
BDS King's College London, PgDip Clear Aligner Orthodontics, PgCert Fixed Orthodontics, PgCert Restorative
GDC NUMBER: 252923
BDS King's College London
GDC NUMBER: 265147
GDC NUMBER: 292486
Diploma in Orthodontic Therapy Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh National Certificate NEBDN 1996
GDC NUMBER: 136639
Find the answer to the most common questions. Everything you need to know about Sedation for Adults
Dental sedation for adults treatment involves the use of medication to induce a relaxed state during dental procedures, alleviating anxiety and discomfort.
Yes, dental sedation is safe when administered by a trained and experienced dental professional. We closely monitor patients throughout the procedure to ensure their well-being.
Common sedation options for adults include oral sedation (through medication), inhalation sedation (nitrous oxide), and intravenous (IV) sedation, tailored to the patient’s needs.
Dental sedation ranges from mild relaxation to a deeper state of sedation. The level of sedation can be adjusted based on the patient’s comfort and the nature of the procedure.
The duration of sedation effects depends on the type of sedation used. Some sedatives may have lingering effects, requiring patients to have someone accompany them home after the procedure.
No, it is not safe to drive after dental sedation. It’s crucial to arrange for someone to drive you home and stay with you until the sedative effects wear off.
While rare, some patients may experience temporary side effects, such as drowsiness, dizziness, nausea, or dry mouth. These effects subside as the sedation wears off.
Yes, our dental team closely monitors your vital signs, including blood pressure, heart rate, and oxygen levels, throughout the sedation process to ensure your safety.
In most cases, dental sedation is not necessary for routine cleanings and check-ups. However, it may be considered for patients with severe anxiety or those undergoing extensive dental work during the visit.