What is Nitrous Sedation?
Nitrous sedation is ideal for patients who want to be relaxed and calm during their dental appointments. This type of sedative is safe, effective and can be used for patients of all ages. The process of administering nitrous oxide is easy and quick, and the effects wear off quickly once the procedure has been completed. We often recommend nitrous oxide to patients who are nervous or scared of their upcoming treatment or who have trouble sitting still when work is being done.
Why is General Dentistry necessary?
General dentistry has many different purposes. For one, it helps to restore oral functioning so that it’s easier for you to eat and chew. Many procedures help to eliminate pain and problems associated with one or more teeth. Another reason for why general dentistry is so important is because it corrects cosmetic issues that you might be experiencing concerning your smile.
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Who is a candidate for Nitrous Sedation?
Most of our patients are good candidates for nitrous oxide sedation. We will review your health and medical history to determine if and when you’d benefit from sedation. You can request nitrous oxide at virtually any time while in our office. We will be happy to meet your needs when coming in to have work done.
What happens during the Nitrous Sedation process?
We begin our time with patients with a cleaning and examination. This allows us to get to know the patient and create a treatment plan that is specific to them. Care is administered on an individual basis, and we always take your budgeting needs into consideration when planning out treatment for you. With the help of a complete consultation, we can get a feel for what your smile needs in order for it to look its absolute best. Some of the most common procedures you can expect with general dentistry include:
If you think you might benefit from nitrous sedation, call our office today and one of our helpful team members will be happy to further assist you.