If I’m on anti-depression medication. Is it still possible for me to use sedation dentistry?
Laura K. – Lawrence, Kansas
It will depend on what type of anti-depression medication you’re on. Some classes of anti-depressants can interact with the sedative agents. If yours doesn’t interfere, then you can continue taking them as normal.
If yours does have some counter indications, you can still have dental sedation, but you may need to stop taking it for a day or two.
Make sure you speak to your dentist before you schedule the procedure. Also, let your dentist know everything else you’re taking including any over-the-counter medication.
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