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IV and oral Sedation

Relieve Dental Anxiety with Sedation Dentistry

Comfortable Dentistry Found Here

At Veneman Dental Care we know dental anxiety is a common condition. Whether you’re having a hygiene cleaning, a tooth extraction or are in need of a more complex treatment such as a dental implant placement, we have everything you need to remain relaxed and comfortable during your treatment. Our staff includes a practitioner who’s licensed to provide IV sedation in St. Croix Falls and Woodville, WI, which is an excellent option for patients with dental anxiety and for use during dental surgeries. We’re sensitive to your concerns about dental visits, that’s why we offer multiple sedation dentistry options in all of our locations.

Our Sedation Options

IV and oral Sedation

Our in-house licensed practitioner will deliver this intravenously in order to induce a sleep-like state. You won’t feel anything during your procedure, nor will you remember anything about it after it.

Nitrous Oxide

You inhale this through a mask prior to your treatment. With this so-called “laughing gas,” you will remain alert but calm for the duration of your procedure. The effects of nitrous oxide wear off very quickly.

Digital Nitrous

This innovative technology is drug-free sedation that uses virtual reality (VR) in place of traditional nitrous oxide. You wear VR goggles that put you in a serene setting that will make you forget you’re undergoing a dental procedure. The future of dentistry is here at Veneman Dental Care!

Local Anesthetic

This is commonly injected or applied directly to the treatment site and numbs only a limited area. The effects of local anesthesia usually wear off within a few hours.

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Dental Anxiety Isn’t Just Scary, It’s Risky

If you have a fear of dental appointments, you may be inclined to skip routine visits and ignore dental symptoms that require prompt professional attention. The risks from this are significant, since minor dental health issues that go untreated can develop into major ones before long. Tooth decay can lead to cavities, root canals or tooth extractions and untreated gum disease can lead to gum recession and even medical conditions. Thus, the end result may be a far more serious condition than you would’ve experienced if you’d sought out treatment sooner. This can mean additional systemic complications, more pain, and greater costs for you. Don’t allow this to happen! Our sedation options can make your treatments stress- and pain-free!

dental patient under sedation

Relax! You’re in Good Hands Here.

We’ll keep you calm and healthy.