Mejor sedación oral en Salem OR
Dental Sedation near Keizer OR
Do you experience high levels of anxiety when visiting the dentist? You may be a candidate for Odontología Sedación. Dr.. Nathan Snyder y Dr.. Luisa Snyder están autorizados para administrar mínimo (oral conscious) sedación.
Advantages to patients include:
- Treatment is completed when you are in a more relaxed mood.
- You will have less difficulty sitting through a lengthy procedure.
- Multiple treatments and full mouth restorations can occur at during the same visit.
- Less discomfort after treatment.
Pastillas contra la ansiedad para la cita con el dentista
Los medicamentos relacionados con la odontología que se recetan con mayor frecuencia para tratar la ansiedad pertenecen a la “benzodiazepine” family. Drugs such as Valium, Halcion, Xanax, or Ativan. These drugs decrease anxiety by binding and toning down activity within “fear” receptors in the brain.
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There are two different types of Benzodiazepines:
- Sedative-Hypnotics: These drugs induce calm, including drowsiness and even sleep. This sleep state is actually a form of hypnosis which is a form of physiological sleep.
- Anti-Anxiety Drugs: Son fármacos que alivian la ansiedad e inducen un estado de calma y relajación..
While benzodiazepines act as sedatives AND anti-anxiety drugs, algunos están muy dirigidos a áreas del cerebro que se centran en el sueño. Others act in a more specific way and target fear centers in the brain. En la mayoría de los casos, higher doses act as sedatives and induce sleep, while in lower doses, they reduce anxiety without sedation.
Benzodiazepines are also Central Nervous System (CNS) depressants (es decir. there can be a decline in blood pressure and breathing). It is important to note that they shouldn’t be mixed with other CNS depressants such as alcohol. It & rsquo; s importante que utilice la dosis a su dentista o médico recomienda. It is possible to overdose, and overdoses could lower your breathing to dangerously low levels, which could result in coma or death.
Please note that you shouldn’t travel on your own after you’ve taken any of these drugs. Make sure you have an escort, even if you traveled by bus or foot! It’s easy to become disorientated.
When not to take benzodiazepines:
Some of these drugs can affect your liver and heart. It’s important to check with your practitioner and/or pharmacist. You should be sure to inform your doctor or dentist if any of the following apply: known allergy to the drug, narrow-angle glaucoma, embarazo, severe respiratory disease (COPD), congestive heart failure (CHF), impaired kidney or liver function, depression/bipolar disorder/psychoses, chronic bronchitis and some other conditions. It’s also important to let us know if you are taking other medications. There could be possible drug interactions.