It is understandable to have some anxiety when going in for a dental visit. Children and adults alike experience this from time to time. This is why dentists have provided methods including nitrous sedation to make your experience in the chair as pleasant and as comfortable as possible. We do this not only for the health of your teeth, but also for your overall comfort and happiness.
Modern clinics like FLOSS make sure your experience won’t involve the sensation of pain through awareness or anxiety. Nitrous sedation allows for you to be calm during any operation in the dentist’s office. If you require such as a wisdom tooth removal, or any other kind of oral surgery, we can do that surgery without pain by using nitrous sedation.
Like any of our other treatments, we work to ensure that what is given to our patients is safe and recommended by the best in the industry. Because each patient has different preferences, we let you choose whether or not you want sedation during your treaments.
The complexity of your dental treatment is generally the indicator of how heavily you will be sedated with nitrous sedation. Our professional dentists always give you the proper amount to cover any anxieties you may have to make sure you are completely calm and comfortable. After inhaling the anesthetic sedative, there are also follow up general anesthetics that are used to make sure there will be no pain during any experience. The goal is to provide an experience that is free of pain and anxiety.
What Is Nitrous Oxide?
At FLOSS, there is no need for anxiety. We always take into consideration your comfort level and assign the appropriate amount of sedation that is needed. We value your comfort in the chair just as highly as the actual care we give each patient.
We are often asked What is Nitrous Oxide? Nitrous oxide is a safe and effective sedative agent that is mixed with oxygen and inhaled through a small mask that fits over your nose to help you relax. If you have any other questions about this or any other treatments we offer, please don’t hesitate to ask!