Affirming its position as one of the leading dental clinics for patients with special needs, Disability Dental announces that its IV sedation packages have been further strengthened to include the latest research in dentistry, helping patients relax during dental procedures.
More details can be found at https://www.disabilitydental.com
With the updated IV sedation for special needs, parents and caregivers can rest easy knowing that their loved one is taken care of. Judging from its experience, Disability Dental notes that some patients may suffer from moderate to severe cases of dental anxiety and may lash out at others or themselves. This becomes a challenge during already complicated procedures such as surgery that require complete concentration.
Dental anxiety is the fear, anxiety, or stress associated with a dental setting. Emerging data show that most people suffer from some form of dental anxiety, though it is usually mild and may manifest as an unwillingness to go to the dentist. For others, however, their dental anxiety may develop into racing heartbeat (tachycardia) or palpitations, an upset stomach, visible distress, crying, or signs of panic.
This is especially seen among patients with special needs, including individuals diagnosed with cerebral palsy, Down’s Syndrome, brain injury, dementia, seizures, and epilepsy. Severe dental anxiety can trigger further complications and make a routine dental procedure dangerous.
Disability Dental has built and maintained a reputation for offering high-quality dentistry services for patients with special needs. Whatever the procedure, its in-house team of dental therapists is well-equipped to handle whatever challenge comes their way.
For IV sedation services, patients are gently placed in a more relaxed state. Though often confused as “sleep dentistry”, sedation dentistry keeps patients awake though they cannot feel any pain.
Clients are encouraged to schedule their appointments at least a day before their intended date. This is to practice the latest health guidelines of social distancing. Until further notice, all procedures will be done on a strict appointment basis. The clinic invites patients to call their office for more details.
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.disabilitydental.com
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