Oral sedatives are taken by mouth in the form of tablets, capsules or liquids. These drugs can either be used to relax you before your trip to the dentist (Pre-medication) or act as a sedative to help you when you are having treatment. Your dentist will need to know about your general health and any medication you are taking. 
•Tablets, capsules or liquids. 
•Simple to take. 
•Acts in about 20 minutes. 
•Depth of sedation less predictable than intravenous. 
•Pleasant induction. 
•May require an intravenous line placed when sedated. 
What to expect 
•Drowsiness and sleepiness. 
•Relaxation and sense of well-being. 
•The oral sedation takes many hours to wear off. 
What not to expect 
Oral sedation will not put you to sleep and it will not give you oblivion. 

 We are a Denplan registered practice  

This is an alternative and cost effective method of obtaining quality dental care. As well as budgeting for quality time, this scheme has the advantage of accidental insurance and cover whilst abroad. 
If you wish to join Denplan please make this clear to the receptionist and dental surgeon and we will provide an assessment for you and guide you through the denplan registration procedure. 

 Our range of services  

Please tell us if you have any special needs. We have facilities to assist people in wheelchairs and for those who cannot cope with stairs. Please discuss any individual requirements with the dental 
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