General Dentistry

General Dentistry

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We aim to help you keep your natural teeth for as long as possible

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

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A smile has impact on confidence, self-esteem & social success.

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Dental Implants

Dental Implants

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Dental Care - Glebe offers a range of cosmetic dentistry services in sydney.

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Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry

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A large proportion of the population exhibit fear of a dentist.

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Zoom Whitening

Zoom Whitening

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Its time to brighten your smile. Freshen up with our half price in-chair for a limited time! $550 Only.

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Laser Dentistry

Laser Dentistry

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SIROLASE, A Dental soft tissue LASER is used to improve a GUMMY Smile.

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Tooth decay has significantly diminished over the years.

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Sleep Dentistry

Also called Sedation Dentistry

About our unique 'Relaxing Dental Care System'

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Dental Care Glebe Sydney's sleep dentistry clinic spent years learning how to eliminate the fear of dentists, which a significant proportion of the adult and child population experience, to give patients peace of mind and confidence in their dental treatments.

Our Sydney dentists' unique Relaxing Dental Care System makes our patients feel calm and relaxed to visit the dentist. No need to be anxious as there is no discomfort or pain in dental treatments.

Our doctors have substantial experience working with low pain tolerance patients and have the skills, qualifications, and technology to make you feel totally comfortable and confident during your treatment in our Sydney dental clinic.

We can help you to solve that dental issue, which has been bothering you and preventing you from being a healthier and happier you in a friendly, professional and relaxing environment.

Start your relaxing experience today by calling one of our friendly reception attendant. 💚

Call now 📞 02 9566 2030

What is sleep dentistry?

Sleep dentistry is a type of sedation used in dentistry to provide a relaxing and anxiety-free experience for certain people receiving dental treatment. It enables individuals too afraid to go to the dentist to receive the dental care they need while avoiding the common apprehension known as dental phobia.

Dental Care Glebe offers both nitrous oxide (“happy gas”) as well as intravenous sedation for nervous patients, enabling them to have any type of dental treatment while they are completely relaxed. Patients are later comforted in a recovery area until they are ready to be taken home.

Why choose sleep dentistry?

According to DOCS Education, 30% of the population avoids the dentist due to fear. This all-too-common “dental phobia” prevents people from receiving necessary routine dental care, potentially compromising the health and functionality of the mouth and smile.

Who can benefit from sleep dentistry?

Sedation dentistry may be appropriate for those who have:

  • low pain threshold
  • can't cooperate and stay still in the dentists chair
  • a bad gag reflex
  • very sensitive teeth
  • many treatments to be completed
  • fear or anxiety

Is Sedation Safe for Children?

Yes. Dental sedation is safe for children when administered by a trained professional.
In fact, it is often the preferred method of anaesthesia for very young children who are undergoing dental procedures.

The most common form of dental sedation is nitrous oxide, a gas you breathe in through your nose. It is very safe and effective, and it quickly puts your child into a relaxed state.

Other forms of dental sedation include oral medications and IV sedation. Your dentist will discuss the options with you and help you choose the best form of sedation for your child.

What are the different types of sedation available?

Sedative drugs may include tranquillizers, depressants, anti-anxiety medications, nitrous oxide, etc.

How does sleep dentistry work?

Sedative drugs can be administered in a variety of ways. In the past, intravenous (IV) sedation — sedatives delivered via intravenous injection to the hand or arm — was predominantly used to produce a sedated state for dental treatment.

Alternatives to traditional modalities such as inhalation (nitrous oxide or “laughing gas”) and intravenous sedation (IVs), that offer a “no needle” (meaning, “no IV” injection)” approach that many patients find more accommodating.

Best of all, the medications used create such a comfortable experience that most patients do not remember the visit; it is as if they slept through the treatment. In reality, oral sedation dentistry maintains a level of consciousness in the patient for safety and cooperation.

Is sedation the same as anaesthesia?

Sedation is different from anaesthetic injections. Although some forms of sedation (such as nitrous oxide gas) may raise an individual’s threshold for pain, most dental treatments will still require the use of a local anaesthetic in the mouth that will be administered via injection, even when sedation dentistry techniques are performed. This local anaesthetic will temporarily block pain impulses from the affected teeth/gum tissue. However, this injection will occur after the patient is already sedated and comfortable, so he/she most likely won’t be bothered by or remember the sensation of having the injection.

Regardless of the type of sedation dentistry you receive, it is important to have a responsible caregiver accompany you to the procedure (and drive you there if you must take oral medication before arriving for your appointment), drive you home after the procedure is complete and stay with you for an additional two to four hours at home.

What are the benefits of sleep dentistry?

One of the major benefits of sedation dentistry is that people often feel like their dental procedure lasts only a few minutes, when in fact it might have taken hours to perform. Therefore, complex dental procedures that normally require multiple visits can often be performed in fewer appointments.

Also, because sedation dentistry addresses some of the fears that keep people from going to the dentist on a regular basis, sedation dentistry patients are more likely to receive recommended routine care. As a result, they are less likely to neglect their oral health problems to build to the point when drastic dental treatments become necessary.

Ready for a relaxing experience? Get in touch today!

You can find Dental Care Glebe Sydney Dentists at 239 GLEBE POINT ROAD, GLEBE NSW 2037

5 minutes’ walk from the Broadway shops, easy parking and close to bus and train

MONDAY to FRIDAY 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM 
SATURDAY 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM 
TEL: (02) 9566 2030 

Feel free to contact Dental Care Glebe Sydney Dentists for more information about sleep dentistry.