Conscious inhalation sedation

Nitrous oxide sedation transforms the stress of dentistry into a relaxing, soothing sensation. Nitrous oxide safely puts a smile on your face, even when you’re in the dentist’s chair.

This safe and effective method of relaxation has already helped millions of people overcome their fear of dental treatment. The gas does not put the child to sleep, but removes all anxiety. Some patients describe their experience as floating in a pleasant dream. For fearful children and anxious adults, nitrous oxide can be the key to receiving the necessary dental treatment in comfort.

Intravenous sedation

Intravenous sedation is used to control pain and anxiety through the intravenous administration of anxiolytics and analgesics. The drugs used eliminate your anxiety and make you less aware of your surroundings.

This is an altered state of consciousness in which you lose track of time. What’s more, you won’t feel the local anesthetic injections in your mouth. As soon as the operation is over, you return to your normal state of consciousness, with no memory of the procedure.