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No Problem. With our VIP plan includes free exams, X-rays, and regular prophy plus you receive significant discounts on all dental treatments.

Fear of Dentist?

We offer a wide array of sedation option for a pleasant dental experience.

Concerned about Quality?

Being treated by our specialist dentists in conjunction with our modern in-office lab ensures highest quality.

Cost is an issue?

We offer competitive fees along with our Best Price Guarantee policy.

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We offer a wide array of financing options to make your investment in your health affordable.

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We offer extended hours including Saturdays.

Time Constraints

With our in-office lab we can offer 1-day services.

Sedation Dentistry

If the thought of going to the dentist for a procedure makes you tremble with fear, you are not alone. Many people are fearful or anxious about going to the dentist, but there are ways to calm your fears and put you at ease while at the dentist office. We believe that no one should be prevented from getting the dental care they need due to a fear or phobia of going to the dentist. That’s why we offer a range of sedation dentistry procedures that can help you relax and make your next dental procedure as comfortable, pain-free, and anxiety-free as possible.

At Advanced Dentistry, we offer a variety of sedation dentistry, ranging from mild sedation to heavy sedation, depending on the procedure completed and the level of anxiety the patient has about their impending treatment. Here are several different types of sedation dentistry we provide:

Local anesthetic:

In nearly every surgical procedure, you will also receive a local anesthetic – a numbing medication injected directly into the affected site – to numb the area where your dentist is working and relieve any pain or discomfort.

Minimal sedation:

Patients under mild sedation are awake but more relaxed.

Moderate sedation:

Like minimal sedation, patients under moderate sedation are awake, yet relaxed. Under a moderate level of sedation, however, patients may not feel or remember a large percentage of their procedure and may have problems speaking while sedated.

Deep sedation:

Although awake, patients may remain conscious but not feel or remember any part of their procedure.

General anesthesia:

Under general anesthesia, patients are completely unconscious throughout the duration of their procedure.

In all forms of sedation dentistry, you should be more relaxed and feel less or no pain during your procedure, putting your mind and body at ease during your treatment.

How is sedation dentistry administered?

Sedation dentistry can be administered in several different ways including orally, intravenously or through inhalation.

Inhaled nitrous oxide:

Nitrous oxide, more commonly known as “laughing gas”, is a relaxing gas that is inhaled along with oxygen through a mask placed over one’s mouth and nose prior to a dental procedure. Under this inhaled minimal sedation, patients are able to recover quickly after their procedure and even drive themselves home after their visit.

Oral sedation:

Oral sedation can range from mild to moderate, depending on the dose prescribed. The most common oral sedation pill is Halcion, which is administered to the patient one hour prior to his or her procedure. Once the pill is consumed, patients become more relaxed, drowsy, and often fall asleep during their procedure.

IV sedation:

Intravenous sedation is a moderate sedative that is injected directly into the vein, which administers the drug more quickly. The effects of IV sedation are felt almost immediately. One of the greatest benefits of IV sedation over other methods of sedation dentistry is that the dentist is able to control the level of sedation throughout your procedure.

Sedation dentistry is ideal for any patient with sensitive teeth or gag reflex, has a low pain threshold, is anxious or has nervous habits, or requires extensive dental work at once. Nitrous oxide is even safe for children who are scared of their dentist visit or refuse to cooperate during their visit, and some oral sedation may be safe in small doses for older or larger children.

If you are in need of dental work but have avoided the dentist out of fear or anxiety, contact us for a no-obligation consultation to learn more about what sedation dentistry procedures are available for you.

What some of our patients are saying

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From the initial visit, to the consultation, to the work performed I felt I was in excellent hands. Genuine folks with phenomenal skills at every level of an office visit. I am looking forward to completing the game plan we organized together. Best dental experience I've ever had. Dr. B and his staff get 5 Stars from me hands down.

Chris perales

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I was a severe grinder and had to have a lot of work done. Dr Kaar completely transformed my smile and I am extremely happy with the results! His staff was courteous and professional and a real pleasure to be around. Thanks to Dr. Kaar and all of his staff for a "painless" experience and delivering extraordinary results!

Cindy Wilson

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It was well worth the drive from Fort Worth for my three implants. The staff was friendly and very professional. The cost was less than half of what a friend was quoted elsewhere. I would recommend Advanced Dentistry to anyone.

Ben C

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Wonderful office staff! Everyone is kind and professional. Dr. B is a great surgeon and the price they offer for implants cannot be matched. I highly recommend Advanced Dentistry.

Connor T

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This is the BEST Dentistry in Dallas-Fort Worth. Dr. Karr delivers State of the Art Dentistry! His Staff is a reflection of the service he performs...PERFECTIONIST! The dentist office is Simply Beautiful! Last but not least..he is affordable!! I got the All-In 4 dental implants & they are simply beautiful!

This is the BEST Dentistry