Free Sedation Consultation

Sedation dentistry is an option we offer to ease your discomfort throughout dental appointments. There are a few different options with sedation dentistry and a consultation with your dentist can help you determine which one is recommended for you. Call today if you would like to schedule a free sedation consultation!

Nitrous oxide, commonly referred to as laughing gas, is a mild sedative that is administered through a mask. When you are wearing the mask, you will begin to feel the sedative taking effect. The nitrous oxide starts wearing off once the mask is removed.

Oral sedation is sedation in pill form. This form of sedation can take some time to start working. When the appointment is over, a driver will need to take you home as the sedation can take several hours to completely subside. A talk with your dentist will help you determine if oral sedation is the best option for you.

IV Sedation is administered through an IV. IV Sedation allows your dentist to increase or decrease the strength of the sedation throughout the appointment. If you would like sedation during an appointment, your dentist can discuss your options and let you know if IV Sedation is a good choice for you!

Our free sedation consultation is the best way to find out which sedation is right for you if you are in need of sedation during an appointment. We will discuss each type of sedation, answer any questions you may have, and help you determine which sedation would be best for you.

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