Various medical conditions can make a patient high risk for procedures in a regular dental setting. These patients may have no time to maintain a rigorous dental schedule, or unable to travel outside a hospital setting to receive treatment.
Patients with compromised medical functions may be able to complete standard dental regimens on their own, or feel a heightened anxiety about the treatments they require. Some patients do not have the physical or mental capability to sit still through a lengthy procedure.
Patients with medically complex cases need one-on-one attention and a relaxing dental environment. Dr. Mady is pleased to provide safe sedation dentistry to his patients with additional medical needs. With the presence of our caring team combined with a full range of dental sedation options, anyone can receive the dental care they truly need.
Medical conditions that may necessitate qualified sedation dentists include:
- High blood pressure or heart problems including stroke and cardiovascular disease
- Respiratory disease
- Kidney disease
- Allergies or reactions to medicines or local anesthesia
- Epilepsy, tremors, or palsy
- Anxiety, restlessness, depression, and neurological disorders such as PTSD
We Can Help!
Our patients deserve compassionate care tailored to their distinct needs. We provide:
Personalized Pretreatment Assessments: We promise to go above and beyond expectations for your first consultation. Our assessments are extensively detailed with direct collaboration between our medical staff, primary care physicians, and medical specialists.
Total Safety: We will constantly monitor our patients second-by-second before, during, and after their dental procedures using the most advanced hospital-grade equipment to ensure medical safety and comfort at all times.
Exclusively Experts: We work with board-certified anesthesiologists who determine the safest means of anesthesia personalized to each and every patient.
Single-Visit Dentistry: To minimize the amount of time for the patient and not compromise any current medical conditions.
To find out if our advanced sedation dentistry methods might be suitable for you, give us a call at the Center for Dental Anesthesia today. We look forward to giving you a pain-free dental experience.