Location: 514-45715 Hocking Ave.
Chilliwack, British Columbia
604-792-2400


Dr. Don Utas
Shelley
Kaylyn

Chilliwack Sedation Dentist

Pharmacological substances provide the foundation for sedation dentistry and are used to loosen up and calm an individual for the length of a specific dental health procedure. This type of drug called sedatives affect the central nervous system, typically those areas directly connected to conscious awareness.

The central nervous system can cause many levels of relaxation ranging from low to average and deep sedation.

Very low - Commonly refers to sedation of an individual who has decreased anxiety levels but quite easily still react to physical or spoken stimulation.

Moderate - with moderate sedation the patient can become quite relaxed, but will answer to deliberate stimulation.

Deep Sedation - the patient is not going to exhibit any signs of conscious awareness and as a result be detached to stimulation.

At our oral health facility, we can achieve sedation in three ways:

Without any kind of long-term ramifications, nitrous oxide might significantly lower a patient's pain. When the laughing gas is discontinued, the effects are removed inside a short period. Very slight sedation is needed using this method and there are minimal side effects.

Oral Sedation or the application of pills can produce more profound results than with laughing gas, but also has slower onset and more lingering effects. Clients can sporadically experience many levels of amnesia when sedation has peaked. There are typically more negative effects with this variety of sedation.

Profound effects might also be certain with IV Sedation whereby the serum gets directly administered into the patient's vein. Once the drug takes effect, clients will likely not be able to remember any of the actual particulars of the treatment. There could be many side effects using this type of sedation.

Clients that choose sedation should be healthy, have no record of allergies or drug abuse, and are not presently taking any other controlled substances.

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PHONE: 604-792-2400
514-45715 Hocking Ave.
Chilliwack, British Columbia
www.chilliwackdentist.com

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When gold was discovered in the Fraser Canyon in 1857, more than 30,000 gold miners trekked the goldfields, normally passing through the Chilliwack area in their travels. This caused its development, and steamboat landings on the Fraser River called Miller's Landing, Chilliwack Landing and Sumas Landing also contributed to Chilliwack's development. Chilliwack was incorporated during the year 1873, making it the third municipality within British Columbia.

There are several attractions in the city of Chilliwack for the visitors and residents to pick from. Among these attractions, Minter Gardens has various wonderful tulips which have been imported from Holland. Moreover, there are at least 100,000 rhododendrons that provide a remarkable scenery in the rock wall and cedar trees terraces...
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