Conscious Sedation as Part of your Procedure: Before your actual treatment begins, we administer the appropriate medications intravenously and continuously monitor blood pressure, heart rate, and breathing. Additional medications are given as needed throughout your procedure, so there is little chance for pain or discomfort. Additional options for dental sedation include nitrous oxide and oral sedation.
with sleeping pills and other sedative medications and nitrous oxide provides a comfortable experience for those with less apprehension but still want a relaxing experience.Hospital Dentistry
is available for patients with certain medical conditions or developmental disabilities that are best managed in the hospital setting.Nitrous Oxide
is another option that we offer. This option provides sedation for the mildly apprehensive patient.
Children who are a little afraid can be managed with liquid sedatives and nitrous oxide.
First and foremost, don't be anxious about your procedure, as it will be pain free. Try to get adequate rest the night before your visit, and follow these instructions carefully:
Make dental visits a pleasurable experience with sedation dentistry from our practice.