Pediatric Dental Specialist of Hiram | Your Hiram Pediatric Dentist

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5604 Wendy Bagwell Parkway, Ste 1111
Hiram, Georgia 30141

Pediatric Dental Specialist of Hiram | Your Local Hiram Pediatric Dentist
770-943-0011
Pediatric Dental Specialist of Hiram

Call today for your appointment! 770-943-0011

Pediatric Dental Specialist of Hiram | Directions To Us

5604 Wendy Bagwell Parkway, Ste 1111
Hiram, Georgia 30141

Pediatric Dental Specialist of Hiram | Your Local Hiram Pediatric Dentist
Pediatric Dental Specialist of Hiram | Your Local Hiram Pediatric Dentist
Pediatric Dental Specialist of Hiram | Your Local Hiram Pediatric Dentist
Pediatric Dental Specialist of Hiram | Your Local Hiram Pediatric Dentist

Frequently Asked Questions

Faq's Concerning Sedation

What types of sedation do you use?

Many dental procedures can be completed under local anesthesia. However, to help more anxious patients relax, or for more complex procedures, inhalation sedation, oral sedation (including nitrous oxide) and IV sedation are available. learn more about Pediatric Sedation Dentistry.

 

What is Novocaine?

The most common anesthesia, Novocaine works by blocking the nerve that supplies sensation to the teeth in a specific area. You feel no pain during the procedure and are totally alert, aware, and able to function normally. The effect wears off fairly quickly with no side effects.

 

What is Inhalation Sedation?

Known as nitrous oxide or “laughing gas,” you’ll experience a feeling of euphoria after just 2-3 minutes of breathing in the gas. You’ll be aware of your surroundings and able to respond to questions. Inhalation sedation has very few side effects and is eliminated from the body within 3 to 5 minutes after the gas supply is stopped.

 

What is Oral Sedation?

This general anesthetic allows you to be conscious but feel nothing during treatment. We provide you with medication to be taken before your appointment, allowing you to be fully relaxed by the time we begin your dental treatment. You may not be safe to drive, so you should expect to have someone bring you to our office and take you home after your appointment.

 

What is IV Sedation?

These drugs are administered into the bloodstream, allowing you to close your eyes and relax in a semi-conscious state with little or no memory of the treatment. You will not be safe to drive, so you should expect to have someone bring you to our office and take you home after your appointment.

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