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  • Calm your nerves with multiple levels of safe sedation
  • Receive the care you need by easing your anxiety
  • Stay in a deeply relaxed state with IV sedation

Relax in Our Office With Sedation Dentistry in Warrenton, VA

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If you’re like 75 percent of Americans, you have some anxiety about going the dentist. This fear may have even kept you from getting the dental care you need. If so, sedation dentistry in Warrenton can:

  • Allow you to get the dental care you need to keep your smile bright and attractive
  • Help prevent further problems with your teeth and overall oral health
  • Keep you relaxed throughout lengthy or complex procedures
  • Set your mind at ease about future visits to our office
  • Make you less aware of sounds and sensations that may bother you

Your smile deserves expert care, so entrust it to the dental sedation experts at Drs. Yung & Jelinek. Call our office today at 540-386-1943. We’re conveniently located on Rock Pointe Lane in Warrenton, just down the street from Piedmont Pediatrics.

Choose From Three Kinds of Sedation to Improve Your Smile Without Fear

Dental anxiety can be a thing of the past in the skilled hands of our dentists and staff. We’ll take our time to make sure you’re completely comfortable during your visits. Besides the warm amenities of our office, we offer these safe sedation options:

  • Laughing Gas – Our most basic form of sedation will be perfect for you if you just need to take the edge off your anxiety. We’ll have you put on a comfortable mask, and then you’ll breathe in a precise mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen. There won’t be any lasting effects after your procedure, and you should be able to drive yourself home.
  • Conscious Oral Sedation – If you require a stronger sedative to soothe your mind and calm your nerves, we’ll give you a prescription pill to take in the office before your procedure starts. You’ll feel groggy but will still be able to communicate with our staff. The effects can last a few hours, so you’ll need someone to drive you home.
  • IV Sedation – If your anxiety is severe or if you’re having a lot of work done, our strongest sedation option may be best for you. Our trained staff will gently give you a sedative drug. It will begin to work quickly and can easily be adjusted by your dentist as needed. Many people remember little or nothing about their visit with this option.

Quit worrying about going to the dentist! Our sedation dentistry in Warrenton will put you completely at ease. Call our office today at 540-386-1943 for an appointment. You can also schedule online.

Common Questions About Sedation Dentistry

Does sedation dentistry work for most patients?

Over the years, we have found that most patients respond well to our sedation options. If you tend to suffer from dental anxiety, we have a sedation method that will work for you. Our goal is to help you relax as much as possible so you can get the care your smile needs. We’ll do our best to make sure your procedure is completely pleasant.

What sedation options are available to me?

At Drs. Yung & Jelinek, you’ll have a choice of three sedation options. We offer inhaled sedation using laughing gas, oral conscious sedation in pill form, and IV sedation that will put you in a dreamlike state. Their sedative effects range from mild to deep and will fit the needs of any patient who is nervous about receiving their dental care.

Are your sedation options safe?

Yes, our sedation dentistry is completely safe because it is expertly administered and monitored by our trained team. Inhaled sedation uses mild laughing gas, which is safe even for children. Oral conscious sedation works using a small, FDA-approved pill, and IV sedation can be adjusted throughout treatment. You can feel confident in our team’s ability to use our dental sedation options for your benefit.

What should I expect after dental sedation?

This can vary from person to person and is based on the type of sedation you receive. Inhaled sedation wears off in minutes, while the effects of oral sedation and IV sedation may last for a few hours. With those two forms, you may feel drowsy or sluggish. You may not remember your procedure, and you may benefit from resting after receiving a heavier form of dental sedation.

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