Sedation for dental treatments Limerick

All 6 Sedation for dental treatments Clinics in Limerick

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What is Sedation Dentistry?

Sedation dentistry is performed for dental procedures for anxious patients by administering medications to help them relax. Many patients avoid getting the required dental help because of their fear of the dentist. Sedation dentistry is performed to ensure that nervous patients enjoy healthy mouths and teeth.

What are the types of dental sedation?

The different types of dental sedation are; inhalation sedation, for patients requiring mild sedation also called anxiolysis; oral sedation, by asking patients to swallow a pill; TENS, using electrical impulses to numb the area; topical anaesthesia, using a swab to numb the area; or intra-venous sedation, for patients requiring moderate sedation and general anaesthesia for patients requiring deep sedation. General anaesthesia is used for patients only in a hospital and not in a dentist chair.

Is Sedation Dentistry painful?

Oral sedation, inhalation sedation, TENS and topical sedation are not painful. Intra-venous sedation and general anaesthesia need to be injected and patients may feel pain when the sedative is injected.

When can I travel by air after Sedation Dentistry?

Patients should travel by air two days after sedation dentistry. They should take the advice of their dentist before embarking on their journey.   

How long does recovery after Sedation Dentistry take?

Recovery from dental sedation takes between 40 to 90 minutes. Recovery depends on the type of sedation administered.  

What after care is required after Sedation Dentistry?

Patients should rest for at least three hours after sedation dentistry. They should not eat for at least four hours, until the anaesthesia wears off. They should take all prescribed medications correctly. They should resume work at least one day after sedation dentistry. They should not smoke or drink alcohol for at least two days after sedation dentistry. They should follow all dietary prescriptions given by their dentist correctly.

We have all the information you need about public and private dental clinics that provide sedation for dental treatments in Limerick. Compare all the dentists and contact the sedation for dental treatments clinic in Limerick that's right for you.

Sedation for dental treatments prices from €40 - Enquire for a fast quote. Choose from 6 Sedation for dental treatments Clinics in Limerick with 22 verified patient reviews ★ find the best one for you.

WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.3 Excellent
from 108 users
Alexandra Dental Practice - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Alexandra Dental Practice

6 Alexandra Terrace, OConnell Avenue, Limerick City
Rating from 5 Reviews I am delighted with my new smileJackie, Ireland, 17 11 15

My Old Dentist retired so, I was on the Look out for a New option. The Alexandra looked professional and seemed "Fresh" I needed some general Cleaning also some updating of old White fillings. I also wanted two new Veneers. I found the staff to be very professional and Nice. I was never left waiting for Long. Great that they open late and over lunch this helps when your working. I am delighted with my new smile Looks like I found my new dentist.

Sedation for dental treatments from €40
IV sedation
Dentist Consultation from €40
(x-rays may be necessary at this visit)
Dental Implants  
A dental implant is an artificial tooth that is surgically placed into your jawbone The benefit of using implants is that they don't rely on neighboring teeth for support, they are permanent and stable. Implants are a good solution to tooth loss because they look and feel like natural teeth. Implant material is made from different types of metallic and bone-like ceramic materials that are compatible with body tissue.
47 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
6.6 Good
from 60 users
University Court Dental Practice - Dental Clinic in Ireland

University Court Dental Practice

University Court Medical Centre, University Court, Castletroy, Limerick
Rating from 3 Reviews I am considering returning after my Dentist ConsultationDonna, Ireland, 07 09 16

Attended dental clinic to find out about having a tooth extraction with sedation, unfortunately it wasn't exactly what I wanted but the dentist was excellent and so helpful, I am still considering a return visit, watch this space! Very good, my queries were answered, and it was a very relaxing enviroment

Sedation for dental treatments  
Dentist Consultation free
Dental Implants  
98 more treatments
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Cornmarket Dental Clinic

Cornmarket Dental Clinic

Floor 2 Cornmarket Tower, Robert Street,
No8 Dental and Cosmetic

No8 Dental and Cosmetic

8 Shannon Street, Limerick
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
6.6 Good
from 12 users
Quay Dental Limerick - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Quay Dental Limerick

10 Ashdown Centre, Courtbrack Avenue, South Circular Road, Limerick
For more information about Quay Dental Limerick in Limerick please contact the clinic.
Sedation for dental treatments from €300
Dentist Consultation from €50
Examination, Diagnosis and Treatment Plan
Dental Implants  
26 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.4 Excellent
from 85 users
Shields Dental & Implant Clinic - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Shields Dental & Implant Clinic

10 Ashdown Centre, Courtbrack Avenue, South Circular Road,, Limerick, V94 K5TX
Rating from 10 Reviews I would go there regularlyGer, Ireland, 05 05 17

Replace old fillings A great experience I would go to the dentist regularly over the years. The shields dental clinic is the best by far. They are now our family dentist and would highly recommend them. In all the years going to the dentist it's probably the first time getting a proper check up.

Sedation for dental treatments  
Sedation is a safe and effective technique, offering anxyliotic, hypnotic, muscle relaxant and amnesic properties (in effect sleepy with nil or little memory recall).  Suited ideally for 1) nervous anxious patients, 2) long dental procedures, and 3) local conditions such as poor gag and limited mouth opening throughout treatment.
Dentist Consultation  
Dental Implants  
First, the implant, which looks like a screw or cylinder, is placed into your jaw.Over the next two to six months, the implant and the bone are allowed to bond together to form an anchor for your artificial tooth. During this time, a temporary tooth replacement option can be worn over the implant site.
63 more treatments
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