Laughing gas is the common name for an inhaled sedative, used in dental care and in medical care. Laughing gas gets its name from the feeling of well-being and giddiness that it can cause.
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With today’s modern sedation techniques & better understanding of the causes & solutions for dental phobia, there is no reason to fear the dentist. As dentists, the thing we fear the most is our patients being in pain or experiencing other challenges due to not visiting the dentist for checkups & treatment. Dentists & dental professionals
General Anesthesia for Children If your child is very apprehensive, has an extensive amount of decay, is very young or has other special needs that make cooperation difficult, Comfort Care Dental Group may recommend that his or her dental work be done at a hospital with a trained anesthetist. General anesthesia renders the child completely
Nitrous Oxide Sedation Also known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide is a great tool for patients who may be uneasy about their dental procedures. The beauty of laughing gas is that your dentist can constantly adjust your level of sedation during the procedure & once shut off, the effects stop almost immediately. A few minutes
Oral Sedation (Sleep Dentistry) With Oral Sedation (also known as Sleep Dentistry), you actually won’t be asleep, which typically allows the patient to feel slightly in control & gives them the ability to answer the doctor’s questions. You also may not remember much, which is why this procedure has been called “Sleep” Dentistry. Oral sedation