This puzzled me. Was this a sleep clinic or a dentist's office? Hmmm...a few keystrokes and the internet spewed forth. Even though I'm one of the four million uninsured Americans, I like to keep abreast of advances in health care, just in case a National Health Care Plan is ever enacted.
After some research and little discernment, all I have to say about "Sedation Dentistry" is
PEOPLE PLEASEif your fear of seeking dental care has reached "phobia" status, you might consider seeking the guidance of a mental health professional.
My mother used to pull my teeth with a pair of needle nose pliers when they wouldn't come out on their own and yes, my siblings tied a string to my tooth and a door handle and slammed it as hard as they could. It didn't work by the way, but I did see stars and pass out which I guess was the treatment model for sedation dentistry.
Now, go talk amongst yourselves and let me know what you think.
Here's a little light reading to assist: