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Advance Dentistry – IV Sedation

“My entire visit was great. Before sedation dentistry I dreaded going to the dentist, but just knowing that sedation is an option, takes away all the fear and dread. You guys rock!”
– Sheila S. from Cincinnati, Ohio

IV Sedation Eliminate Your Fears

FREE First Visit

“As in… ‘Free?'”

Absolutely.  At Advance Dentistry, we want your experience to be as positive, productive, and hassle-free as possible.

We also want you to be able to use your dental benefits on your treatment… not on your initial examination.  That’s why we offer complimentary exams and x-rays to all new patients.

Goodbye, hassle.

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Afraid Of The Dentist?

You’re not alone.
We understand that for many patients, seeing the dentist can be stressful and scary.

That’s why we use I.V. sedation to remove your fears and help you complete your treatment.

… Little (or no) memory of the procedure?
… Fewer visits?

You don’t have to let fear hold you back anymore.

Phone: (513) 272-9009

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Frequently Asked Questions

I.V. SEDATION… WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?

I.V. sedation is a proven clinical approach that has been used for years, allowing thousands of patients to receive the dental care they need (and might have otherwise avoided).

 

The Advance Dentistry team of doctors — which has amassed a combined total of 55 years of experience with I.V. sedation — is one of the leading providers of I.V. sedation treatment in the country.

 

WHAT’S THE EXPERIENCE LIKE?

For most patients, the easiest way to understand I.V. sedation is to think in terms of other (perhaps more familiar) outpatient procedures — a colonoscopy, for instance.

 

If you’ve ever heard the term “twilight sleep” (though that is a much less specific, much more general term), that essentially points to the same type of experience that patients have during I.V. sedation procedures here at Advance Dentistry.

 

Just like with other outpatient procedures — colonoscopy, some LASIK surgeries, etc. — patients gradually become more & more conscious during the hours following their respective procedures. Patients will not, however, be fully alert directly afterward.

 

Most will have little to no memory of the procedure itself.

 

NOTE:
You will be unable to drive a car, operate machinery, or execute similar activities following your I.V. sedation procedure. It is therefore important to plan on having someone drive you home following your procedure. 

 

Want to learn more about the I.V. sedation experience?
GIVE US A CALL: 513-272-9009

WILL I REMEMBER ANYTHING FROM MY I.V. SEDATION PROCEDURE?

Most patients wake up after their treatments with little to no memory of the procedure itself.

 

WHAT’S THE EXPERIENCE LIKE?

For most patients, the easiest way to understand I.V. sedation is to think in terms of other (perhaps more familiar) outpatient procedures — a colonoscopy, for instance.

 

If you’ve ever heard the term “twilight sleep” (though that is a much less specific, much more general term), that essentially points to the same type of experience that patients have during I.V. sedation procedures here at Advance Dentistry.

 

Just like with other outpatient procedures — colonoscopy, some LASIK surgeries, etc. — patients gradually become more & more conscious during the hours following their respective procedures. Patients will not, however, be fully alert directly afterward.

 

Most will have little to no memory of the procedure itself.

 

NOTE:
You will be unable to drive a car, operate machinery, or execute similar activities following your I.V. sedation procedure. It is therefore important to plan on having someone drive you home following your procedure.

 

Want to learn more about the I.V. sedation experience?
GIVE US A CALL: 513-272-9009

HOW LONG WILL I BE SEDATED?

Depending on each patient's specific needs and treatment plan, an I.V. sedation procedure may last anywhere from half an hour to several hours.

 

WHAT’S THE EXPERIENCE LIKE?

For most patients, the easiest way to understand I.V. sedation is to think in terms of other (perhaps more familiar) outpatient procedures — a colonoscopy, for instance.

 

If you’ve ever heard the term “twilight sleep” (though that is a much less specific, much more general term), that essentially points to the same type of experience that patients have during I.V. sedation procedures here at Advance Dentistry.

 

Just like with other outpatient procedures — colonoscopy, some LASIK surgeries, etc. — patients gradually become more & more conscious during the hours following their respective procedures. Patients will not, however, be fully alert directly afterward.

 

Most will have little to no memory of the procedure itself.

 

NOTE:
You will be unable to drive a car, operate machinery, or execute similar activities following your I.V. sedation procedure. It is therefore important to plan on having someone drive you home following your procedure.

 

Want to learn more about the I.V. sedation experience?
GIVE US A CALL: 513-272-9009

Insurance
& Payments

“Do you accept my insurance?”

Great question.

We accept almost all major dental insurance plans. Our staff gladly processes insurance claims and, as a convenience to you, will verify your benefits.

Once you’ve had your initial exam, our team of treatment/financial coordinators will explain your dental benefits and assist you in planning your dental treatment.

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* We are not a Medicaid provider.

There’s Another Way

Can’t imagine not being afraid of the dentist?
We get it.

 

 

I.V. Sedation

Don’t let your fear of the dentist keep you from having a healthy, beautiful smile.

Discover our soothing, comfortable approach to dental care today.

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Conveniently
Located

Our two Cincinnati-area offices are easily accessible from most locations throughout the Tri-State.

  • WOOSTER PIKE office
    • Cincinnati’s Fairfax village
  • ANDERSON office (OPENING JANUARY, 2018)
    • Anderson Township

The Advance Dentistry team of experienced, compassionate professionals is ready to welcome you to the dental experience you’ve been looking for.

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“We provide our patients with a comfortable dental experience, so they can enjoy a smile they never thought possible.”

– Dr. Scott Sayre

Our Cincinnati Dentists

FAQS

Got questions? We’ve got answers.

Everything You Want To Know

  • The first visit… It’s FREE?
  • What is I.V. sedation all about?
  • Will I remember anything?
  • Do I need someone to drive me home?
  • How many visits will my treatment take?

Frequently Asked Questions

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