IV sedation may be used for numerous oral surgery procedures. This complicated treatment should be administered carefully which is why our anesthesiologist monitors your care throughout, solely dedicated to administering your sedation. Before your IV sedation treatment, make sure to:
IV sedation, or intravenous sedation, is administered through a vein, usually in your hand or arm. A variety of medications including sedatives, pain reducers and anti-inflammatories will be used in precise combinations. Frequently requested by those with mild to severe dental anxiety, IV sedation is highly relaxing and frees you from pain and discomfort throughout your treatment. During surgery, you will be able to respond to vocal cues from our team when necessary, however, after you are fully awake, you will likely have some amnesia and be able to forget the treatment.