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Oral Sedation

Oral Sedation is a medication given to the patient to relieve anxiety before or during a dental procedure. It does not produce a depressed level of consciousness and allows the patient the ability to control their own airway. It further enables the patient to respond appropriately to physical and verbal stimulation. During a dental procedure with oral sedation you will feel very relaxed.

I.V. Sedation

Intravenous Conscious Sedation refers to a depressed level of consciousness produced by the administration of pharmacologic substances. Learn More About Dental IV Sedation

Nitrous-Oxide Sedation

Nitrous-oxide or laughing gas has a calming effect that makes your visit more pleasant. You breathe nitrous oxide in through a small mask that covers your nose. After awhile you will feel relaxed, happy, slightly numb and disconnected from what is happening around you. Nitrous-oxide does not numb your teeth so anesthetics are still necessary.