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What special training should my dentist and the office team have?
Most states require training and/or a permit for sedation dentists. Among the most respected sedation training comes from DOCS Education, which has helped over 17,000 dental professionals. Patients shouldn't hesitate to ask doctors about their experience, training and the number of sedation cases they have performed.
Only a handful of states -- for example Missouri and West Virginia -- demand that dental teams also possess training in sedation care. There are very good reasons for this. Sedation teams are responsible for monitoring patient's vital signs using equipment like a pulse oximeter with a blood pressure monitor. They can also recognize and respond to potential emergencies.
- Are there side effects to sedative medication?
- Do I need to prepare for the sedation visit?
- How are sedatives administered?
- Nitrous oxide
- What happens on the day of treatment?
- What is a Sedative?
- What is the first step??
- What kinda of medication will I receive?
- What special training should my dentist and the office team have?
- What will I experience after taking sedatives?
- What will recovery be like?