Anesthesia Options - Danbury, CT
Pain-Free, Anxiety-Free Dental Care
Anesthesia-Trained Surgical Specialist
Is dental anxiety an issue for you? Many patients have an aversion to sharp dental instruments or may have had an unpleasant experience with a dentist in their past. Dr. Wladimir Gedeon has completed 4,500 dental implant placements and countless wisdom tooth removals using anesthesia. This has enabled him to help grateful patients overcome issues with their dental function and esthetics with minimal pain and fear, if any. He’s ready to do the same for you here at CT Dental Implant Center using options including IV sedation in Danbury, CT.
As an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Dr. Gedeon is certified to personally administer different types of anesthesia. His training included an additional four years of advanced specialty education after graduating Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery, culminating in a hospital-based residency program. Oral surgeons are widely acknowledged as the experts in dental implant placement and other surgical treatments. From advanced procedures to the anesthesia that will make them pain-free, you’re in the best of hands with Dr. Gedeon.
The Benefits of Anesthesia
Our Sedation Dentistry Options
Introduced into your system through an IV-line, IV sedation puts you into a state that resembles sleep. Most patients who get IV sedation don’t feel anything during their procedure or remember any part of it afterward. With this type of sedation, you’ll need to have a responsible party bring you to and from our office. You won’t be able to drive a car immediately.
Nitrous oxide, often referred to as “laughing gas,” is a gas that you inhale through a mask during a procedure. Less potent than IV sedation, nitrous oxide will keep you alert and able to respond to the doctor while you’re undergoing treatment. Nitrous oxide keeps you calm, but its effects wear off quickly once we remove the mask. You can drive yourself home safely after your procedure is complete.
Dr. Gedeon injects local anesthetic into your treatment area to numb only that portion of your mouth. Local anesthesia doesn’t affect your consciousness but will keep you pain-free during treatment.
You Can Be Comfortable Here
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