Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry Las Vegas

At Nevada Dentistry & Braces, we offer sedation dentistry in Las Vegas. Whether you are having a routine exam performed or are coming in for a more extensive procedure, your comfort is our priority. With this in mind, we offer sedation solutions that can help remove some of the anxiety associated with your dental care.

If you find that you are nervous about your next dental visit or have multiple procedures being performed during one visit, contact us for a consultation on our available sedation services.

  • Enteral Sedation
  • Laughing Gas
  • IV Sedation
  • General Anesthesia

Enteral Sedation

This form of sedation can be administered through a liquid capsule, and like other forms of local anesthetics, it can be combined with nitrous oxide. If your dentist offers enteral sedation, you will still be awake, but nervousness should be alleviated.

Laughing Gas

Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, can alleviate your pain without putting you to sleep during your procedure and is not only effective but safe. Laughing gas can be administered through injection or machine, depending on your comfort level.

IV Sedation

IV sedation is a powerful form of anesthesia that is used for deep sedation. A trained technician administers medication through an intravenous vein. After sedation, there will be some downtime as your body will need to recover from this sedation technique.

General Anesthesia

General anesthesia is a mixture of intravenous drugs along with inhaled gas. You are put into a sleep-like state to prevent you from responding to pain signals.

A trained anesthesiologist should perform this procedure and will monitor your vitals. After general anesthesia, you should take things slow, as your body will need time to recover.

Your Las Vegas Sedation Dentist

If you find that you experience a lot of dentist-related anxiety, a consultation to find out more about our sedation dentistry options may relieve some of your fears. Contact Nevada Dentistry & Braces in Las Vegas to schedule a more comfortable dental appointment today.

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