Have you wondered how sedation dentistry feels?

Your Northern Virginia dental team shares what real patients say about sedation dentistry.

Is sedation dentistry for you?

Getting dental work done can be challenging, especially when you’re dealing with a busy schedule or dental fears.

A lot of people are curious about sedation dentistry, but don’t know what questions to ask or even if sedation is right for them.

Download our free infographic to learn:

  • What real people say sedation feels like
  • The different types of sedation
  • How sedation actually works
 

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Sedation

There are 3 Main Types of Sedation:

Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous Oxide

 
Oral Sedation

Oral Sedation

 
Deep Sedation

Deep Sedation

 

Learn the differences of each method in our new infographic.

Dr. McMillan is now certified to administer IV Sedation

Dr. McMillan recently completed a 60 hour course at the University of Birmingham that included actual field experience in managing 20 patient experiences.

How does this benefit you?

Being able to administer medication with an IV allows him to be more flexible in managing patient care during treatment. IV sedation allows for faster onset of sedation and the ability to instantly adjust to any and all circumstances that may arise during treatment.

‘‘Some people avoid the dentist for many years because of a bad experience, or because of extreme anxiety or fear. We want you to know we will never judge or criticize you about the current condition of your smile! Our goal is to help you improve your oral health in the safest, most relaxing way possible.

Dr. Alex McMillan IV

 

Any Questions?

Quick answers about sedation dentistry.

Yes! There are many types of sedation. Our free infographic explains each type in detail. It’s important to remember our team will work with you to decide which option is right for you.
Most patients qualify for at least one method of sedation dentistry. We’ve learned the best candidates are those with extreme fear issues or those needing extensive work, as sedation allows more work to be completed in far fewer appointments. Our team will be happy to provide a consultation about the options and which may be right for you.
Virtually all complex dental treatments can be completed while the patient is sedated.

‘‘Always a positive experience from the superb staff to the unsurpassed treatment from Dr. McMillan. After well over 20 years with him it just keeps getting better

John L., Actual Patient

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