It is extremely important that you follow these instructions prior to your appointment for surgery.
If your appointment is in the morning, do not have anything to eat or drink from midnight the night prior to your appointment day. If your appointment is in the afternoon, you should have a light breakfast in the morning, as long as you finish your meal six (6) hours prior to your appointment. A small amount of water may be used to take any necessary medications. Unless specified by your dentist, all medicines taken on a routine basis should be continued without interruption.
Short sleeves are necessary for IV access. Wear comfortable shoes that are easy to walk in and remove glasses and contact lenses. Please do not wear dark nail polish nor acrylic nails.
This fruit has been shown to affect the metabolism of many medications, increasing the risk of toxicity and adverse effects.
Sedation medications can affect the unborn child.
You will be sedated during your appointment. A responsible adult (18 years or older) needs to drive you to the appt, stay in the building, and drive you home. Post-operative instructions will be given to the driver.
We will be happy to answer any questions you have to help ensure you have a successful appointment. If you are not able to follow these instructions we will not be able to administer sedation or complete the planned treatment.
Terrified and anxious were the emotions I felt prior to having my dental procedure. Nevertheless, the experience I received at Bourland-Soben Dentistry far exceeded my expectations and I highly recommend them. The staff was courteous and made me feel at ease. Dr. Johnson’s professionalism, knowledge and attentiveness turned a frightening experience into a pleasant and memorable one. My mouth cannot thank you enough.- Sidd