Sedation Dentistry

Plano Sedation Dentist - Plano IV Sedation - Williams and Sivie, DDS

Choose Sedation Dentistry in Plano and Leave your Fears at Home!

Many of us are nervous or scared to visit the dentist because we have a high level of fear of dental procedures, difficulty with our gag reflex, limited time for complex procedures, very sensitive teeth or have experienced difficulty becoming numb for dental procedures.  Sedation dentistry is your answer! Dental sedation is also great for people with a fear of shots or find the smells, sounds, noises and tastes of dental care to be overwhelming.  Imagine not being afraid to go to the dentist.  Imagine being able to accomplish all your dental care in as little as one appointment.  This is what sedation dentistry in Plano can do for you.  If you've been putting off years of dental work, sedation dentistry can change your life!

Your Plano, TX Sedation Dentist

Dr. Brad Williams has been providing sedation dentistry in the Plano area for over 30 years and Dr. Sivie for over 10 years. Dr. Williams is trained in both oral and IV conscious sedation. His training goes far beyond the average "sedation dentist" as Dr. Williams holds Fellowship status with the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation. He is also certified in IV Sedation and Advanced Cardiac Life Support. Most sedation dentists are only certified in oral conscious sedation and Basic Life Support. 

Dr. Williams is also a member of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiologists, a group of dentists who are committed to making dental care more pleasant through a variety of advanced techniques. Membership in this organization is evidence of his concern for your comfort and safety. If you’re considering sedation dentistry in Plano to make your dental visit more comfortable, choose a sedation dentist with the highest qualifications and experience.

Q: How relaxed will I be?

A: As you Plano sedation dentist, we will determine just the amount you need to feel relaxed and unaware of the dental procedures, as if you were asleep.  Most people have little or no memory of the dental visit.


Q: Will I feel groggy after my dental visit?

A: The length of your sedation depends on the length of your dental visit and the medications chosen especially for you.  You are required to have someone drive you home for your own safety.  Most people feel slightly groggy or sleepy for a few hours after their dental visit is complete.

Q: Is Sedation Dentistry Safe?

A: Both Dr. Sivie and Dr. Williams are certified by the State of Texas in Oral Conscious Sedation and Inhalation Sedation Dentistry.  Dr. Williams is also Certified in IV Conscious Sedation and is a member with Fellowship Status in DOCS, the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation and is a member of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology.  We will review your medical history and consult with your physician if you have any medical conditions that warrant a medical consult.  Throughout your sedation visit, your vital signs will be constantly monitored and recorded.  Our entire team is certified in Basic CPR and Dr. Williams is certified in ACLS, Advanced Cardiac Life Support.  We regularly perfect our responses to both medical and dental emergencies.Relaxed

Q: Will my insurance cover Sedation?

A: We will check to see if your insurance plan provides coverage for sedation.  Financial arrangements and dental financing can be provided for portions that are not covered.

Q: What do I need to do to receive Sedation Dentistry?

A: Just let us know of your desire to have Sedation Dentistry.  You can even come into our Plano dental office and just meet us and discuss Sedation Dentistry before you have any sedation or dentistry done.  Our desire is for you to have the dental care you want and need without fear.  Sedation Dentistry can provide that for you.

During Your Visit

Before scheduling any treatment, we will review your medical history and explain how Sedation Dentistry can work for you.  Dr. Williams and Dr. Sivie want you to feel good about going forward towards a healthy, new smile. On the day of your appointment, a companion will take you to our office, we'll give you some medicine to take-usually a pill or liquid.  We will make certain that you're relaxed and completely comfortable and monitor you very closely while you're sedated.  Many patients feel NO DISCOMFORT whatsoever during and after treatment, and have little or no memory of the visit.

Questions? Need a Sedation Dentistry appointment?

If you have questions for your Plano sedation dentist, please contact us, stop in, or request an appointment online. For more information, visit our  website dedicated to Sedation Dentistry.

Contact Us

We encourage you to contact us with any questions or comments you may have. Please call our office or use the quick contact form below.


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