Relieving Dental Anxiety with Sedation Dentistry
Services in Cary, Durham, Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Apex, and Morrisville, NC
I think if you have something in common with somebody and you just sit down and you listen to them first. We all deserve to be listened to, so you just have to let them tell you where they are coming from and what they need. I think if you sit and you listen, then, usually, most people will calm down and we do have things like Valium and Nitrous. It's just communication, I think, more than anything else. Some people want to know what you're going to be doing. Some people say, “No, just do it.” You have to know how people like it.
Anxiolicis is what the state classifies just a valium in nitris. I went to Athens, Georgia. I became IB certified. I am also certified to do pill sedation. I have a lot of certifications, and I have to tell you that most people, by the time I sit and listen to them, and even if they need a little valium and a little nitris, that's usually the only thing I use. As far as the sedation, for me ... this is jusst for me, I think that when you're doing the dentistry and you're so focused on that, you don't have time to be the anisthesiologist, too. For me, if I can just get the patient relaxed and get the treatment done, I take out wisdom teeth, I do everything just with valium and nitris, and it works out great. Some people, it's changing their focus. If they're focusing on their fear, then you're going to get more fear. If you focus on something else, whether it's your favorite place, whether you like to go to the beach or the mountains, if you can just get them a little bit focused on something else, you can actually just leave your body, so to speak, and get done what you need to do, and then it's done, and you're finished, and you're happy, and you're feeling good, and you don't have all that drug hangover.