IV sedation involves the use of medication that is delivered directly into your veins. Like oral sedation, it is a form of moderate conscious sedation. You are still conscious, but you are made drowsy. Because the medication is delivered into your bloodstream, it goes to work immediately. This particular type of sedation is MD supervised and can be adjusted by one of our professionals as needed.
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Your wisdom teeth, or third molars, often emerge anywhere in your late teens to your early 20s, which is how they received their name. While they are the last of your teeth to erupt, they are also the most likely to pose problems. The only way to address these problems is with extraction.
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Before the use of the laser, oral surgery used to be performed with a sharp manual instrument known as a scalpel. This instrument often led to bleeding, along with significant pain, swelling and bruising after your procedure was complete.
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