ORAL CONSCIOUSSEDATIONORAL CONSCIOUS SEDATION IS A METHODTHAT HELPS CERTAIN PATIENTS COPE MORECOMFORTABLY WITH DENTALAPPOINTMENTSThe Benefits of Oral Conscious SedationOral conscious sedation is useful in certain situations, such as for patientswho:Are anxious about dental appointmentsHave difficulty being numbed with local anesthesiaHave a severe gag responseSuffer from very sensitive teethWant to have a lot of dental work done during a single, longer appointmentReviewingYour MedicalCRITICHistoryTo plan the besttreatment for you,we first need to knowabout your currentmedical conditionsandmedicationsWe also want toknow about anyallergicyou have had to anymedicationreactionsA Typical Visit with Oral Conscious SedationHere is how a typical appoint with oral conscious usually goes. Someonewill need to bring you to the appointment. We may ask you not to eat ordrink anything for 12 hours before your appointment. After arriving at theoffice you will be given medication that will make you become groggy.Once you are seated in the chair, we assess how deeply you are sedatedand adjust your medication if necessary. For most procedures, it will alsobe necessary to numb your mouth, but the oral medication you have takenwill make this comfortable.During the procedue, we constantly monitor your pulse, blood pressure,and oxygen levels to ensure your safety. You will not feel any pain orbe aware of time passing during the procedure. You will feel verycomfortable and relaxed and may even sleep. However, you will respondeasily to touch and our requests.After the procedure, your friend or relative will take your home, whereyou relax for the rest of the day. For many, oral conscious sedation is agood choice for anxiety-free dentistry.Dr. Doug Tolle, DDS1712 W. Plymouth StBremen, IN 46506BremenFamily Dentistry574-546-2851BremenFamilyDentistry.com ORAL CONSCIOUS SEDATION ORAL CONSCIOUS SEDATION IS A METHOD THAT HELPS CERTAIN PATIENTS COPE MORE COMFORTABLY WITH DENTALAPPOINTMENTS The Benefits of Oral Conscious Sedation Oral conscious sedation is useful in certain situations, such as for patients who: Are anxious about dental appointments Have difficulty being numbed with local anesthesia Have a severe gag response Suffer from very sensitive teeth Want to have a lot of dental work done during a single, longer appointment Reviewing Your Medical CRITIC History To plan the best treatment for you, we first need to know about your current medical conditions and medications We also want to know about any allergic you have had to any medication reactions A Typical Visit with Oral Conscious Sedation Here is how a typical appoint with oral conscious usually goes. Someone will need to bring you to the appointment. We may ask you not to eat or drink anything for 12 hours before your appointment. After arriving at the office you will be given medication that will make you become groggy. Once you are seated in the chair, we assess how deeply you are sedated and adjust your medication if necessary. For most procedures, it will also be necessary to numb your mouth, but the oral medication you have taken will make this comfortable. During the procedue, we constantly monitor your pulse, blood pressure, and oxygen levels to ensure your safety. You will not feel any pain or be aware of time passing during the procedure. You will feel very comfortable and relaxed and may even sleep. However, you will respond easily to touch and our requests. After the procedure, your friend or relative will take your home, where you relax for the rest of the day. For many, oral conscious sedation is a good choice for anxiety-free dentistry. Dr. Doug Tolle, DDS 1712 W. Plymouth St Bremen, IN 46506 Bremen Family Dentistry 574-546-2851 BremenFamilyDentistry.com

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ORAL CONSCIOUS SEDATION ORAL CONSCIOUS SEDATION IS A METHOD THAT HELPS CERTAIN PATIENTS COPE MORE COMFORTABLY WITH DENTALAPPOINTMENTS The Benefits of Oral Conscious Sedation Oral conscious sedation is useful in certain situations, such as for patients who: Are anxious about dental appointments Have difficulty being numbed with local anesthesia Have a severe gag response Suffer from very sensitive teeth Want to have a lot of dental work done during a single, longer appointment Reviewing Your Medical CRITIC History To plan the best treatment for you, we first need to know about your current medical conditions and medications We also want to know about any allergic you have had to any medication reactions A Typical Visit with Oral Conscious Sedation Here is how a typical appoint with oral conscious usually goes. Someone will need to bring you to the appointment. We may ask you not to eat or drink anything for 12 hours before your appointment. After arriving at the office you will be given medication that will make you become groggy. Once you are seated in the chair, we assess how deeply you are sedated and adjust your medication if necessary. For most procedures, it will also be necessary to numb your mouth, but the oral medication you have taken will make this comfortable. During the procedue, we constantly monitor your pulse, blood pressure, and oxygen levels to ensure your safety. You will not feel any pain or be aware of time passing during the procedure. You will feel very comfortable and relaxed and may even sleep. However, you will respond easily to touch and our requests. After the procedure, your friend or relative will take your home, where you relax for the rest of the day. For many, oral conscious sedation is a good choice for anxiety-free dentistry. Dr. Doug Tolle, DDS 1712 W. Plymouth St Bremen, IN 46506 Bremen Family Dentistry 574-546-2851 BremenFamilyDentistry.com ORAL CONSCIOUS SEDATION ORAL CONSCIOUS SEDATION IS A METHOD THAT HELPS CERTAIN PATIENTS COPE MORE COMFORTABLY WITH DENTALAPPOINTMENTS The Benefits of Oral Conscious Sedation Oral conscious sedation is useful in certain situations, such as for patients who: Are anxious about dental appointments Have difficulty being numbed with local anesthesia Have a severe gag response Suffer from very sensitive teeth Want to have a lot of dental work done during a single, longer appointment Reviewing Your Medical CRITIC History To plan the best treatment for you, we first need to know about your current medical conditions and medications We also want to know about any allergic you have had to any medication reactions A Typical Visit with Oral Conscious Sedation Here is how a typical appoint with oral conscious usually goes. Someone will need to bring you to the appointment. We may ask you not to eat or drink anything for 12 hours before your appointment. After arriving at the office you will be given medication that will make you become groggy. Once you are seated in the chair, we assess how deeply you are sedated and adjust your medication if necessary. For most procedures, it will also be necessary to numb your mouth, but the oral medication you have taken will make this comfortable. During the procedue, we constantly monitor your pulse, blood pressure, and oxygen levels to ensure your safety. You will not feel any pain or be aware of time passing during the procedure. You will feel very comfortable and relaxed and may even sleep. However, you will respond easily to touch and our requests. After the procedure, your friend or relative will take your home, where you relax for the rest of the day. For many, oral conscious sedation is a good choice for anxiety-free dentistry. Dr. Doug Tolle, DDS 1712 W. Plymouth St Bremen, IN 46506 Bremen Family Dentistry 574-546-2851 BremenFamilyDentistry.com

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