Sedation Dentistry - Austin, TX

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Gentle, Compassionate Care with Sedation Dentistry

Our priority is your comfort, so we prioritize providing comfortable procedures. We understand that dental anxiety is a common concern for many individuals, and to address this, we offer general anesthesia as our premier sedation dentistry option.

With general anesthesia as our dental anesthesia option, we strive to create a comfortable environment where you can undergo dental procedures with ease and peace of mind. Whether receiving a full arch of teeth or treating failing dental implants, we’re dedicated to ensuring your experience is as comfortable and stress-free as possible.

What Is General Anesthesia?

General anesthesia is a sedation dentistry option induced through the administration of medications, rendering you completely unaware and unresponsive during your procedure. It is typically administered intravenously, allowing for a deep level of relaxation.

During your dental procedure, a board-certified anesthesiologist will administer and monitor the general anesthesia, closely observing vital signs like heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing to ensure safety and comfort. Having an anesthesiologist present allows Dr. Adam Carter to focus solely on performing the surgery while ensuring that you receive optimal pain control and minimal discomfort throughout the procedure. This collaborative approach ensures a smooth and safe dental experience, with dedicated professionals attending to surgical aspects and anesthesia management.

The Advantage of General Anesthesia

The Risks of Untreated Dental Issues

Untreated dental problems can escalate into more significant systemic issues, impacting overall health and well-being. From gum disease to tooth decay, neglected dental problems can lead to infections, chronic inflammation, and tooth loss. These oral health problems are often linked to broader systemic conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and respiratory infections.

At Union Dental Implant Center, you can comfortably address these concerns by opting for general anesthesia as your sedation dentistry option during implant procedures, ensuring thorough treatment and reducing the risk of complications. This sedation dentistry option allows Dr. Carter to perform necessary interventions effectively, minimizing the potential for further health complications associated with untreated dental problems.

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