Sedation Dentistry / Conscious Sedation
Finally, anxiety free dentistry for those who fear the dentist.
Watch Karen's video about sedation dentistry involving NuCalm.
Watch John's video about sedation dentistry and dental implants.
John was a Sedation, Implant and New You Denture patient. Watch his fascinating story.
Chad's Story About Sedation Dentistry
Follow Chad through his experience with Dr. Reece and Sedation Dentistry with this multi-part series.
A Patient's Experience
"I had an accident, which caused damage to my two front teeth. I declined to get them fixed because I was afraid. Several friends recommended Dr. Reece. The moment I stepped into the office, I was put at ease. Everything was explained to me in detail and all of my questions were answered. I was afraid the day of the procedure, but the entire team embraced me and kept me calm. Dr Reece patted me reassuringly on the shoulder and shortly after, I had my temporary set of veneers on. I didn't feel a thing during the entire procedure! I sat up in amazement at my new smile! I was complexly calm when I went in for my permanent veneers and once again, it was all over before I even realized what was happening. We all celebrated how wonderful my new smile looked. Dr. Reece and his team helped me realize that I didn't have to stop smiling or be ashamed of my smile."
Will I be totally relaxed with sedation dentistry?
You'll receive just enough sedation so that you'll be completely unaware of the treatment, as if you were asleep.
Will I remember anything?
If you undergo treatment with sedation dentistry, you'll leave our practice in Bryan / College Station with little or no memory of your visit.
Will I feel any pain?
Most patients feel no discomfort whatsoever during their treatment and feel surprisingly good after receiving sedation dentistry at our Bryan / College Station practice.
Will I be groggy after my treatment is over?
You will feel just fine. For your safety, we do require that you have a family member or friend drive you home after treatment. Generally, the effects of sedation dentistry are minimal.
Is sedation dentistry safe for me?
We will review your medical history thoroughly to determine if sedation is a safe option prior to your procedure. During treatment, we also monitor our sedated patients very closely to ensure their safety.