Phobias about pain, dental procedures, or dentists in general can delay the oral care treatments you need to have a healthy smile.
Dr. Craig Goldin can administer IV sedation at our comforting Troy, MI, dental practice to make your visit stress free, calm, and painless.
The Cosmetic Dentistry Institute is proud to offer residents in the Birmingham and Bloomfield area a relaxed dental care experience.
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Is IV Sedation from Dr. Goldin Safe?
Absolutely. Dr. Craig Goldin is certified in IV sedation, and he will monitor you closely during your treatment using state-of-the-art equipment. Unlike general anesthesia, the sedative medication will allow you to remain awake (but drowsy) so you can still communicate with Dr. Goldin if needed.
Dr. Craig Goldin, his wife, Dr. Marcy Goldin, and Dr. David Whalen, are dedicated to making visits to our Troy, MI, office as easy and comfortable as possible. IV sedation will make routine dental procedures a seem like they were completed in a flash. Longer, complex treatments like dental implants, full mouth reconstruction, or gum surgery, can be completed with little if any anxiety. Contact us online or by phone to learn more.
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4 Main Advantages of IV Sedation
Can IV Sedation Help Me?
If you are the kind of patient who is uncomfortable with dentistry procedures due to anxiety or physical issues, you are probably a good candidate for safe, calming intravenous (IV) sedation. Consider this worthwhile treatment if you experience the following:
- Insomnia the night before a dental visit
- Nausea, sweating, racing heartbeat, or heart palpitations at the dentist's office
- Difficulty or refusal to schedule dental exams or treatment, even if your oral health is suffering
- Physical discomfort with sitting still for long periods of time
- Gagging during dental appointments