Fig A: *Number of respondents reporting use of listed drug regimen. †List of response categories in the survey of % of patients in respondent's practice. ‡% of sedated patients who receive listed drug regimen in their practice by response categories (e.g., in the first cell labeled 67, the interpretation is that 67 of 361 respondents indicated they use diazepam and nitrous for 1-20 of their patient pool).

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Rising Sedation Use by Pediatric Dentists Reflects Changing Expectations

Sedation use is rising, especially among dentists working with school-aged children. Meanwhile, restraint use is declining.

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Inpatient Encounters521
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