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  • Root Canal Therapy

  • CEREC Crowns & Bridge & more​


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Our office utilizes a range of sedation techniques from inhalation, oral to intravenous sedation to help our patients relax during dental treatments. These techniques may be used alone or in combination. The choice of technique(s) depends upon factors including the patient’s age, their level of nervousness, their health status as well as the nature and duration of the procedures to be performed.

What is Intravenous Sedation?

Intravenous sedation in dentistry is very safe and highly effective and will make your dental visit a relaxing, sleepy and comfortable experience. It is also known as twilight sedation, sleep dentistry or twilight anaesthesia. A combination of intravenous anaesthetic, sedative and pain relieving medications is administered to create a very sleepy and pleasant dream-like state for the whole procedure so that you will be relaxed, comfortable and unaware of your surroundings while still maintaining the ability to breathe on your own, move and able to obey commands. The vast majority of people have no memory of the procedure. Memory before and after IV sedation is usually not affected. Patients often comment that the whole procedure has passed in only a few minutes when in reality it may have been several hours.

Who Can Benefit From IV Sedation?

Intravenous sedation is available and very effective for any dental procedure. It is suitable and extremely safe for most people. No procedure is too small for IV sedation. The benefits of intravenous sedation are effective for all dental patients of Atrius Dental Studio, especially those who:

  • Have dental phobia, anxiety or are nervous about dental treatments, and normally avoid going to the dentist
  • Dislike needles, drills, pain/discomfort, sights, sounds/noises, tastes or smells associated with their dental procedures
IV sedation is especially useful for patients requiring the following dental services:
  • Removal of Wisdom Teeth
  • Teeth Extractions
  • Dental Surgery/Oral Surgery
  • Dental Implants
  • Pinhole Surgery
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • White Tooth Fillings
  • Periodontal or Gum Disease Treatments
  • Crowns and Bridges
  • Full Mouth Restorations
  • Bone Grafts

What are the Side Effects of IV Sedation?

IV Sedation is very well tolerated and side effects and complications are rare. A very small minority of patients have dream-like recollections of the experience and can recall features of the dental clinic or verbal conversations, but these are not distressing. Intravenous sedation is extremely safe for most people and is suitable for any dental procedure.

How Will I Feel Afterwards?

You can usually leave the office with a responsible adult around 15-30 minutes after the procedure is completed. It is common to feel a bit sleepy afterwards but everything should be back to normal within 12-24 hours. For more information about IV sedation and its safety, check out our FAQs!


You never expect a dental emergency but you should know what to do if the time comes! For the best possible outcome, it’s essential to get in touch with Atrius Dental Studio as soon as possible. We are highly experienced emergency dentists, and if you require urgent dental treatment, we do keep a flexible schedule to accommodate your dental emergency! Your care is our priority, and we will do our absolute best to ensure you’re comfortable throughout your emergency dental appointment, whether you’ve had a fall and broken a tooth, knocked a tooth out playing sport, or are otherwise in severe pain.

Root Canal Treatments

Root canal treatment is necessary for saving an infected tooth. Its purpose is to conserve a tooth that normal restorative procedures can no longer save. In the past, you would probably lose a tooth if the tooth had a diseased or injured nerve. Root canal treatments can sometimes be deferred for a day or two with over-the-counter painkillers which reduce pain and inflammation. We recommend that you do visit us as soon as possible to confirm a diagnosis and commence treatment.

Lost Teeth/Trauma

If you have an accident where a tooth is knocked out or broken, contact us as soon as possible. You have under an hour in which to save the tooth. Here’s what to do if your tooth is knocked out:

  • Handle the tooth by the crown, not the root. Touching the root (the part of the tooth below the gum) can damage cells necessary for bone reattachment.
  • Gently rinse the tooth in milk to remove dirt. Do not scrub.
  • Place the clean tooth back in the socket if possible or store in milk on your way to the clinic.
  • It is important not to let the tooth dry out. If it is not possible to place in milk, hold the tooth in the mouth between the cheek and the teeth.


If you’re experiencing severe pain, infection, bleeding from the mouth or otherwise urgently require tooth removal, the sooner you make an emergency dental appointment, the sooner we can help ease your discomfort!