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This may present a scary and claustrophobic (closed-in) environment for most young children and even some adults.
Diphenhydramine does have a long track record of safety and efficacy as an antihistamine, but some children get wired or hyperactive instead of sleepy when taking such drugs!
One of children's greatest fears has long been the dentist. Dental sedation, or the practice of using drugs to relax or knock out a patient prior to a procedure, may be far more dangerous than people realize, accounting for at least 31 child deaths over the past 15 years, according to ) reports.
Since 2007, 18,000 dentists across the country have taken weekend-long courses in oral sedation to gain training in techniques that can cost patients tens of thousands of dollars extra in bills per year, but some say the hotel-conference style seminars give a false sense of security.
Parents too may underestimate the dangers of oral sedation.
The parents of Raven Maria Blanco, for example, warn others not to assume a dentist “knows what he’s doing.” They started a foundation in their daughter’s name to raise awareness of oral sedative use in pediatric dentistry after she died from a dose “three times the average range” for her age, 8 at the time.