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Intravenous Conscious Sedation

IV Sedation offers significant advantages over nitrous oxide and oral conscious sedation. It can also cover a wider range of patient needs with greater effectiveness, flexibility, and safety and generally leads to a shorter recovery period after treatment.

Sedation dentistry is appropriate for people who can’t receive dental services because of their fear and anxiety. It is also appropriate for individuals who:

  • Have a low pain threshold
  • Struggle with sensitive teeth or a strong gag reflex
  • Need extensive work that requires multiple treatments
  • sedation dentistry allows the treatments to be complete in less time and in fewer visits

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Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas) Conscious Sedation

Nitrous oxide, commonly referred to as ‘laughing gas’ is a form of conscious sedation. You will be fully awake and alert during treatment, but your feelings of fear and anxiety will be alleviated

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