Do anyone think that sedation dentistry really helps?

Mon 30 Sep, 2013 02:07 am
Actually my mother will undergo a dental filling on next week, she is truly worried about the pain she has to bear while grinding
Mon 30 Sep, 2013 08:31 am
I have a relative who feared going to the dentist until years of unattended problems forced her to go. She had multiple sessions of sedation dentistry and everything went well for her - of course, not as well as it would have gone if she'd had regular dental check-ups, but pretty well under the circumstances.

Sedation is helpful for those who wouldn't undergo dental procedures without it. Your mother may be anxious, but I wouldn't suggest sedation unless she is truly terrified.
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