My son, Danny (6 y.o. PDD NOS) has a bunch of cavities. The dentist tried to treat them and he freaked out. The dentist is recommending an oral sedative that will make him very relaxed and sleepy. They will also numb his gum and use some nitrous oxide. Has anyone had this type of anesthesia used on their kids? I've asked if there are any heavy metals in the medications and have been told no. I just want to make sure we aren't going to give him anything that might make him regress. They will be using a composite to fill the cavities and he will end up with a stainless steel cap on one of his molars.
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