Two Lakes Dental - Niagara Falls

Sedation Dentistry in Niagara Falls

Sedation and local anesthesia keep you relaxed and stress-free during your dental treatment.
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Stress Free Dentistry

We understand that visiting the dentist can be nerve-wracking for some, which is why we offer personalized sedation solutions to help you say goodbye to dental anxiety and discomfort.

Types of Sedation Available:

Local Anesthesia:

This is a standard method where we administer a local anesthetic to numb the specific area of your mouth where the procedure will be performed. You may feel pressure, but you won’t experience any pain during the treatment.

Oral Sedation:

With oral sedation, you’ll take a prescribed pill before your appointment to help you relax. This form of sedation allows you to remain awake throughout the procedure while feeling entirely at ease. It can be combined with local anesthesia for comprehensive pain management.
Our team will work with you to determine the most suitable sedation option based on your treatment plan and individual preferences. Rest assured, we prioritize your comfort and well-being, ensuring a stress-free dental experience every time.

The benefits of dental sedation

Sedation and sleep dentistry are useful options that help us serve patients from all walks of life with many different challenges to overcome. Some of the benefits of sedation dentistry are as follows:

Overcoming Dental Anxiety

Sometimes the fear and worry can feel worse than the treatment itself. Dental anxiety shouldn’t stand between you and the dental treatment you need. If you have mild or extreme dental anxiety or fear is keeping you from seeking dental treatment, please speak up! We can help.

Make Time Fly By

For long procedures that leave you sitting in the chair with your mouth wide open for a long time, sedation will keep you relaxed and comfortable. Your procedure will be over before you know it. If you require IV sedation, it will feel like an instant has passed.

Tailored for Your Personal Needs

Do you have a sensitive gag reflex? Chronic restlessness or restless leg syndrome? Does local freezing just not work for you? Sedation is really helpful in many different cases, ensuring that treatment is available to everyone.

Discover how freezing and light sedation can enhance your dental experience and cater to patients from diverse backgrounds with varying challenges. Here are some compelling advantages of sedation dentistry:

Overcoming Dental Anxiety

Dental anxiety can often overshadow the necessity of dental procedures. Don’t allow fear to deter you from seeking essential care. Whether you experience mild unease or severe anxiety, our sedation options can help alleviate your fears and ensure a stress-free experience.

Make Time Fly By

For extended treatments that require you to keep your mouth open for a prolonged period, sedation ensures your comfort and relaxation. The procedure will seem to pass much more quickly.

Tailored for You

Sedation dentistry is tailored to address various challenges individuals may face. Whether you struggle with a sensitive gag reflex, restlessness, or find local anesthesia insufficient, sedation offers a versatile solution. It makes dental treatment accessible and manageable for individuals with diverse needs and preferences.

Contact us today

to schedule an initial consultation & exam.

Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, with the sedation options we offer, you will typically remain conscious but deeply relaxed. You may even be able to respond to verbal cues from the dentist.

We offer local anesthesia and oral sedation. Local anesthesia numbs the specific area being treated, while oral sedation involves taking a prescribed pill to induce relaxation.

Before your appointment, follow any instructions provided by our team regarding fasting or medication intake. You should arrange for someone to accompany you to and from the appointment, as you may feel drowsy afterward.

No, you shouldn’t feel any pain during the procedure. The sedation will keep you comfortable and relaxed, and local anesthesia will ensure you don’t feel any discomfort in the treated area.

The duration of sedation varies depending on the type and dosage administered. Typically, the effects wear off within a few hours, but you may feel groggy or drowsy afterward.

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We have used this dental clinic since it first opened, it has always been very good and is the best it ever has been now!!! All staff are super friendly, considerate and knowledgeable. We wouldn’t go anywhere else!!!!
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Linda Fraser
1 month ago
Fabulous staff!! Kind and considerate doctor!! Totally satisfied with this office. 10 out of 10 all around. 🤗🤗
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Edwin Ocampo
2 months ago
Always a pleasure to visit this dentist. Wonderful experience with the the dental staff and the newest receptionist is extremely helpful. Well done. Recommend. 👍
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Erin Tuckey
7 months ago
I'm terrified of dentists. Samantha eased my my mind and told me everything she did. She's super great with working with mouth movements that just happen and worked around anything came up. The ladies at the front (you told me your names and I'm sorry I forgot) were phenomenal. They understand life gets in the way . I honestly can't wait for my next appointment.
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We have used this dental clinic since it first opened, it has always been very good and is the best it ever has been now!!! All staff are super friendly, considerate and knowledgeable. We wouldn’t go anywhere else!!!!
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Linda Fraser
1 month ago
Fabulous staff!! Kind and considerate doctor!! Totally satisfied with this office. 10 out of 10 all around. 🤗🤗
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Edwin Ocampo
2 months ago
Always a pleasure to visit this dentist. Wonderful experience with the the dental staff and the newest receptionist is extremely helpful. Well done. Recommend. 👍
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Erin Tuckey
7 months ago
I'm terrified of dentists. Samantha eased my my mind and told me everything she did. She's super great with working with mouth movements that just happen and worked around anything came up. The ladies at the front (you told me your names and I'm sorry I forgot) were phenomenal. They understand life gets in the way . I honestly can't wait for my next appointment.
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