Some levels of sedation include:
Sedation will put you in a sleep-like state but you will be well aware of your surrounding and may even be able to talk to your dentist. However, general anesthesia, which is used in a few procedures, will leave you completely unconscious.
Some common types of sedation include:
In addition to this, a local anesthetic may also be used.
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