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Parents are learning how pediatric sedation can help with dental fear and anxiety

The best thing you can do for your child when it comes to their dental health is to get them into the dentist early in life on a regular basis. This provides them a familiarity with their dentist and goes a long way to prevent one of the biggest problems children face when it comes to dentistry – dental fear and anxiety. If your child does experience dental fear, a safe and effective solution could be oral sedation. Dr. Sona Isharani and her team at Triad Pediatric Dentistry in Reidsville, NC provide sedation options to parents who have children suffering from such fear.

Doing your part to make sure your child develops a great relationship with their dentist is a critical step to a lifetime of healthy teeth. If your child is nearing a dental appointment and are feeling apprehensive about their visit, there are some things you should know regarding dental anxiety and sedation.

What Parents Can Do From Home

As has been mentioned, the best thing you can do for your child is to get them into the dentist starting at an early age. Once their first teeth break through you should begin looking into bringing them in for a dental exam. Many children face dental fear due to the unknown, but if coming into the dentist is already a way of life, this fear may be avoided.

For children who are a bit older, one tactic parents can take from home is to explain the procedure which is about to be performed. Once again, fear is often caused by fear of the unknown, so explaining to your child about what the procedure will entail could go a long way in soothing any anxiety or fear they may be facing.

Sedation Methods

When you come into Triad Pediatric Dentistry, Dr. Sona Isharani prefers a gentle general anesthetic method when necessary. If your child is suffering from a heightened sense or dental anxiety or fear, general anesthesia will help with any discomfort that may be experienced during the procedure. This is normally going to be necessary when your child comes in with several cavities.

If you are interested in learning more about sedation offered by Dr. Isharani and the team at Triad Pediatric Dentistry, please call (336) 804-8668 today!

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