IV sedation, like oral sedation, is a form of moderate, “conscious,” sedation. However, rather than taking the medication orally before your procedure, it is administered directly into your veins through the use of a needle. The medication goes to work almost immediately. IV sedation is MD supervised and can be adjusted based on your specific needs.
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There are some people who are fortunate enough to never experience any issues with their wisdom teeth. They simply emerge just like any other tooth would. However, for most other people, the wisdom teeth cause serious problems. One of the biggest issues faced by adults in their late teens to early twenties is impacted wisdom teeth.
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Treating gum disease is essential to stopping it in its tracks and allowing your mouth to heal. However, the inflamed tissue is often in the way, preventing a thorough scaling and root planing. This tissue needs to be removed. Previously, this was done with a manual scalpel. While the scalpel is effective, it can also cause a significant amount of post-procedure pain and swelling.
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