Sedation Dentistry

Does the dentist make you nervous? Sedation dentistry offers a way for Georgetown, TX patients that are anxious to get the critical dental care they need. Many people suffer from dental anxiety, and unfortunately, this can prevent them from going to the dentist regularly. Without routine dental checkups, you could develop dental issues like cavities, gum disease, or oral pain.

At Renken Dentistry, we offer the option of level 1 oral sedation during dental procedures to make you more comfortable and alleviate your fears. Our office uses nitrous oxide to calm patients and create a more relaxing atmosphere. Looking for a sedation dentist near Georgetown, TX? Schedule an appointment with our experienced and compassionate team today!

Nitrous oxide will make you feel happy and relaxed.

Also known as “laughing gas,” nitrous oxide works by making the patient feel euphoric. It’s safe, effective, and has been used successfully for years as the primary form of dental sedation. There are no needles or injections necessary, making it a pain-free option perfect for anyone who might be squeamish. The nitrous oxide is combined with oxygen and  inhaled through your nose during the procedure. Throughout treatment, your dentist will closely monitor your sedation levels and can adjust them if necessary.

Although the nitrous oxide wears off quickly once it’s no longer being inhaled, you may have no memory of the procedure itself. As soon as the nitrous oxide wears off, you should be able to drive yourself home. This type of sedation dentistry is an excellent choice for patients that are scared of the dentist because it is painless to administer, makes the patient comfortable during treatment, and wears off quickly. Nitrous oxide might not be compatible with certain medications or medical conditions, so be sure to disclose your medical history to your dentist before your procedure. Our dentists will review your medical history and oral health needs to create a treatment plan that works for you. If you have any questions about sedation dentistry in Georgetown, make an appointment with our friendly office staff at (512) 863-7777 or contact us online.

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