We are pleased to offer sedation and sleep dentistry in our purpose-built day surgery.
We understand. Some patients battle serious nerves or discomfort when it comes to dentistry, and require a higher level of sedation. At Bond Street Dental, we provide several options:
- Nitrous Oxide Sedation
- Intravenous Sedation
- General Anaesthetic
Nitrous Oxide Sedation – Inhalation sedation (laughing gas)
Also referred to as Relative Analgesia, RA, laughing Gas, Gas & Air, Nitrous, or N2O. Nitrous Oxide sedation, put simply, is a gas that you can safely breathe in. It has no colour, no smell and doesn’t irritate.
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Sleep Dentist Melbourne
While the team at Bond Street Dental are passionate about dentistry, we do understand that not everyone shares our passion.
Do you get nervous at the dentist? Then ask us about our sleep dentistry and sedation
If the thought of going to the dentist brings you out in a cold sweat, we can help, by offering sleep dentistry and sedation in our purpose-built day surgery. In our sleep dental clinic, Melbourne patients can simply take a nap while we carry out our treatments.
Take a nap, while we carry out our treatment at our Melbourne sleep dental clinic.
We understand that some patients get very anxious about some kinds of dental treatment. As the best sleep dentist Melbourne has available, we offer a way to have the dental treatment you need, without all the anxiety.
Our Melbourne sleep dentist provides several options for sedation, from nitrous oxide and intravenous sedation to general anaesthetic, depending on the severity of your nerves or the level of discomfort you experience.
We offer three options for sedation at our Melbourne sleep dental clinic
If you’re wondering about the difference in our sedation options; nitrous oxide sedation, also known as laughing gas, is a colourless, odourless, irritant-free gas that you can breathe in; intravenous or twilight sedation is a mild dose of general anaesthesia where you are sedated, relaxed and sleepy but not unconscious; while general anaesthetic means that you are unconscious for the duration of the treatment.
During twilight sedation, you’ll still be able to follow simple directions, but you won’t remember anything about the surgery and, of course, you won’t feel or remember anything if we use general anaesthetic.
Our Melbourne sleep dentist surgery is fully equipped to administer sleep dentistry and sedation
Our Bond Street dental clinic has all the equipment you’d find in a hospital right here in our onsite surgery, and we’re fully experienced and equipped to ensure your safety throughout the procedure.
And, for extra peace of mind, all our general anaesthetics are supervised at all times by a specialist anaesthetist.
The perfect solution for anyone who’s anxious about dentistry
Our sleep dentistry options offer a solution for anyone who dreads attending a dental appointment. So, if you’re experiencing anxiety about your upcoming visit, please contact our receptionists and let them know.
Our aim is to make you as comfortable as possible in our surgery, and we’re more than happy to talk through your options for sleep dentistry and sedation.
To book a sleep dentist, please call our receptionists on 1300 266 387 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and, following a discussion about your fears and your needs, we’ll make all the necessary arrangements.
Our Melbourne dental clinic is located at 6 Bond street in South Yarra, and we’re open from 8:00 – 6:00pm: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; from 8:00am to 8:00pm on Tuesday; and 8:00 – 12:00pm on Saturday.
Bond Street Dental is the best dental clinic in Melbourne. We specialise in cosmetic dentistry, sleep dentistry, childrens dentistry, digital smile design, wisdom teeth removal, root canal treatment, wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and lip fillers. We also offer teeth whitening in South Yarra, teeth whitening in Melbourne, veneers in South Yarra, veneers in Melbourne, dental implants in South Yarra and dental implants in Melbourne. Book an appointment with one of our friendly and professional dental hygienists today!
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Depending on the dose (professionally administered and managed by your dentist), four separate levels of sedation might be experienced.
- Tingling, especially in the arms and legs, or feelings of vibration/parasthesia
- Warm sensations
- Feelings of well-being, euphoria, floating. During heavy sedation hearing may dissolve into a constant electronic-like throbbing
- At a deeper level again, patients may experience sleepiness, or have difficulty keeping their eyes open and/or speaking.
- At a deeper level again, sleepiness, difficulty to keep eyes open and/or speak.
Intravenous or Twilight Sedation
A mild dose of general anesthesia, where the patient is not unconscious yet is sedated. The patient is under ‘a twilight state’ where the patient is relaxed and ‘sleepy’ but remains able to follow simple directions by the doctor and is responsive. Generally, twilight anesthesia means the patient retains no memory of the surgery or the time immediately after.
This form of sedation is performed under the medical supervision of our specialist anaesthetist.
Under the medical supervision of our specialist anaesthetist, Dr Danny Raiz, a patient is placed in a medically induced coma (as per a hospital surgery), and is unconscious for the duration of the procedure.
Bond Street Clinic has all the equipment you would find in a hospital, available on site to ensure your safety throughout the procedure, and general anaesthetics are supervised at all times by a specialist anaesthetist.
In other words, yes, we cater for nervous patients.
Bond Street Clinic’s purpose built facility allows patients who feel the need to have their chosen dental treatments while under sedation or complete general anaesthetic.
Sleep dentistry can provide a solution for patients who are quite anxious about their dental appointment. Even though our dentists, dental hygienists and oral surgeons will ensure you are comfortable during the procedure, it is not uncommon for patients to experience anxiety. If you experience anxiety about an upcoming appointment, do not hesitate to contact our team of receptionists and notify our clinic. Our aim is to make everyone that walks through our doors as comfortable as possible, so we also cater to those struggling with dental appointment nerves as well as patients who are used to visiting their dentist on a regular basis.
In addition to regular dental services, patients can also come to the Bond Street Dental Clinic to obtain other services that are dental related. A good example of such a service is a snoring solution appointment, where our dentists can create a custom-made mouthguard for patients suffering from snoring or a mild form a sleep apnoea. There are also other services, which includes teeth whitening, bad breath treatments and more. So, if you believe you could benefit from any of these services, feel free to make your appointment at the Bond Street Dental Clinic.