Sedation Dentistry

A Relaxing Dental Visit is Sure to Brighten Your Day

Sedation dentistry is a worry free way to get the dental care you need. If you are nervous about receiving dental care or require a long appointment, Concept Dentistry’s experienced anesthetists will put you at ease. 

Concept Dentistry offers a variety of sedation techniques explained below.

Local Anesthesia

Local anesthesia is routinely used in most dental procedures to desensitize a specific area of the patient’s mouth. This allows your doctor to complete the necessary treatment in the timeliest manner, with no discomfort.

Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous oxide, sometimes called “laughing gas”, is a safe and effective form of dental sedation that helps you remain comfortable and calm. A small mask is fitted over your nose and you breathe normally and remain awake through the procedure. Nitrous oxide’s effect ends as soon as the mask is removed so you should not need a driver to take you to and from your appointment.

Intravenous (IV)

With a simple poke on the top of the hand, our dedicated anesthesia providers keep you comfortable during your entire procedure. Using a designated anesthesia provider allows your dentist to provide the utmost attention to your dental care, while your sedation is constantly being monitored.

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