It depends on the level of sedation that you need. We have options for all levels of need. We can do a complimentary consultation and tell you upfront what the total cost will be before hand.
I have some medical conditions (diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure) can I still get dental work done under sedation?
Yes, in fact for some it is much safer to be sedated for the dental procedure. Stress and anxiety can have detrimental effects on many medical conditions, particularly those who have heart or breathing problems.
Yes, we have special equipment in the office and a special room which is like an OR room for patients who want to be sedated for the treatment. Dr. Allred and Dr. Parker have a lot experience in the levels of sedation that they perform.
You will need an escort to drive you home from your appointment. You will also need to abstain from eating prior to the appointment. Six hours for lighter foods. Eight hours for heavier foods. Two hour prior when drinking clear liquids. There may be other… More »What do I need to do before my sedation appointment?