Dental Sedation Services, a leading outsourced provider of in-office dental sedation services, has launched their new website, located at http://www.dentalsedationservices.com. The latest website is part of a comprehensive online marketing effort made with the help of FrontPage Interactive to help the company better serve their current clients and attract new clients which consist of dental practitioners in Chicago and the North Shore suburbs including Cook County and Lake County in Illinois.
The new website is a valuable resource for all information relating to outsourced in-office dental sedation services. Dr. Arnold Gorchow has been providing Sedation for Dental and Oral Surgical Procedures since 1985. He graduated from the University of Illinois in 1962 and has been in active private practice since that time. He trained in Sedation Modalities at Sinclair Community College under Dr. Daniel Becker DDS, Associate Director of Education, General Dental Practice Residency, Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton Ohio and has been an instructor in Advanced Cardiac Life Support since 1990 and teaches Dentists, Nurses and Auxiliary Personnel ACLS.
Dr. Gorchow has been an instructor in office emergencies using computerized simulators since 2005 and is a member of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology and Past President of the Illinois Dental Society of Anesthesiology.
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The Company’s mission is to provide the best in-office dental sedation services possible through a professional outsourced approach that maximizes the benefits to the patient and treating dental practitioner.
Sedation dentistry is used to provide a relaxing and anxiety-free experience for certain patients receiving dental treatment. It enables individuals that may be apprehensive or afraid to go to the dentist to receive the dental care they need while avoiding the common fears associated with dental phobia.
Moderate Intravenous Sedation provides patients with a more comfortable, less stressful dental experience. And while some practitioners may already provide this modality, many often elect not to sedate in order to avoid concurrent responsibilities as a seditionist and operator.
Sedation in the dental office can make dental and oral surgical procedures more pleasant and safer for the apprehensive patient. Patient anxiety can be managed by administration of sedative medications that not only provide relaxation but also limited memory of the procedure performed. Intravenous sedation also allows the introduction of I.V. medications such as narcotics, antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs.
Moderate sedation is a level of sedation whereby the patient is easily aroused, breathes without assistance and responds to verbal direction.
Proper monitoring of sedation is necessary during your patient’s dental or oral surgical procedure. Dr. Gorchow will monitor patient’s heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, oxygen level, carbon dioxide and level of sedation.
Many Practitioners Often Elect Not to Sedate in Order to Avoid Concurrent Responsibilities as Sedationist and Operator.