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Sedation Dentistry in Jackson

Enjoy a Comfortable Dental Experience

If dental anxiety keeps you from getting the care you need, we offer sedation options that will help you enjoy your visit at Jackson Family Dentistry.

Stay Comfortable
Minimize Anxiety
Avoid Painful Memories

Sedation Options at Jackson Family Dentistry

We do everything we can to ensure that every patient has a positive experience at Jackson Family Dentistry. Our sedation options are available whether you are visiting for a routine appointment or a restorative procedure, and if you think that sedation will make you more comfortable we will be happy to go over your options. Call us to discuss the details of your next appointment and learn more about how sedation dentistry can improve your next visit.

Keep Calm During Your Visit

Whether you have a minor to severe case of dental anxiety or a strong gag reflex, sedation can help keep you comfortable.

Wide Range of Options

We offer many different options to meet the varying needs of each patient and deliver exceptional care.

Enjoy Comfortable Treatment

Sedation is available to treat more than just anxiety. It can minimize gag reflexes, make it easier to sit still, and reduce pain.

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"Dr. Charmoli demonstrates the highest caliber of professionalism and empathy for his patients, definitely had bad experiences with many dentists out there but I put my full trust in Dr. Charmoli!"

David A.

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"Dr. Charmoli demonstrates the highest caliber of professionalism and empathy for his patients, definitely had bad experiences with many dentists out there but I put my full trust in Dr. Charmoli!"

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"Laughing gas"

“Laughing gas” is one of the most commonly used methods of sedation dentistry. This sedative is inhaled through a comfortable mask that fits over your nose during treatment and is typically used to treat minor levels of dental anxiety. The effects include a euphoric, giddy feeling, though you will still be responsive during your procedure. One of the biggest benefits of laughing gas is that the effects wear off very quickly after treatment, which means that you are able to drive yourself home after your appointment and enjoy the rest of your day as your normally would.

Oral Conscious

Oral conscious sedation is taken in pill form about an hour before your treatment is scheduled to begin. This medication will make you feel groggy and calm, and you might even fall asleep during your procedure. If you experience moderate levels of dental anxiety or you will be undergoing an invasive procedure, oral conscious sedation may be a good option for you. If you choose oral conscious sedation, you cannot drive yourself home after your appointment since the effects don’t wear off immediately. Make sure to arrange a ride home from our office!

IV / General Anesthesia

This sedation option is typically reserved for patients who will be undergoing surgery or extensive treatment. If you are visiting to remove an impacted wisdom tooth, IV sedation will most likely be used during your procedure. IV sedation and general anesthesia are closely monitored throughout your procedure to ensure that you receive the proper dosage at all times to keep you comfortable. You won't be fully asleep during your procedure, but the sedative will make you feel very groggy. If this sedation option is right for you, you will also need to arrange for a ride home from your appointment since it can take a few hours for the effects to fully subside.

Sedation Dentistry Frequently Asked Questions

Which sedation options best suits my needs?

Before your appointment, Dr. Major and Dr. Charmoli will go over all of your options and preferences to help you decide which sedation option will work best for you. If you have minor anxiety, laughing gas is typically recommended. If you will be undergoing surgery or you have higher levels of anxiety, oral conscious sedation or IV sedation may be a better choice. We will always keep you well-informed to help you make the best decisions for your care.

Is sedation dentistry right for me?

If you are interested in sedation options, one of our dentists will discuss your needs and ask you basic questions about your general health to determine whether you are a good candidate. Typically, patients who are in good overall health are able to receive sedation without any issues.

Is sedation dentistry safe?

Yes! Dr. Major and Dr. Charmoli are both experienced with sedation dentistry and you can rest assured that your procedure will go smoothly and as planned. With our communicative, informative approach, you will be comfortable every step of the way and you will have complete confidence in our care.