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Nitrous Oxide Sedation – Tyler, TX

Get the Dental Care You Need Without the Stress

Does the sheer thought of going to the dentist send a bead of sweat down your spine? Do you struggle to pick up the phone to schedule an appointment due to dental-related anxiety? Have you neglected to attend your routine visits because of fear? Rest assured, you’re not alone. Even better, there is a way you can get the dental care you need without the stress: nitrous oxide sedation. Keep reading to learn more about this anxiety-relieving option or request an appointment to speak directly with our team!

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Why Choose Times Square Family Dental For Nitrous Oxide Sedation?

How Does Nitrous Oxide Sedation Work?

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Nitrous oxide, commonly known as “laughing gas,” is an inhaled sedative used to help even the most nervous patients enter a deep state of relaxation. After putting the nose piece in place, you will be instructed to breathe through your nose. After a few minutes of breathing in the colorless, odorless gas, you will feel completely calm. Although you will still be aware of your surroundings and able to respond to verbal cues as needed, you may even doze off – that’s how comfortable you will be! The whole time, our team will monitor your vitals and adjust the sedative as needed to ensure all feelings of anxiety are kept at bay. At the end of the procedure, the nitrous will be switched off, and the effects will dissipate.

Am I A Candidate For Nitrous Oxide Sedation?

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Nitrous oxide is often recommended for patients who struggle with dental-related anxiety. However, it is also beneficial for patients who:

If you are pregnant, have elevated blood pressure, or a condition that prevents you from breathing properly, then nitrous oxide will not be recommended. Instead, our dentist in Tyler will discuss alternatives available that will keep you as comfortable as possible during your treatment.

What Is the Recovery Time?

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Unlike other sedation options, nitrous oxide doesn’t cause any lingering side effects, like extensive drowsiness. Since the effects dissipate almost instantly, you can even drive yourself to and from your appointment! Just make sure to follow all your aftercare instructions, such as waiting to eat until the numbing agent has worn off.

If dental-related anxiety has prevented you from getting the dental care you need, then now is the time to talk to our sedation dentist in Tyler about nitrous oxide. That way, your oral health and beautiful smile can stay in pristine condition without the hassle of a stressful dental experience!

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