Sedation Dentistry Overview
Nitrous Oxide Sedation
Nitrous Oxide Sedation Dentistry Nitrous oxide sedation dentistry (also known as inhalation sedation or laughing gas) is the most commonly used method for patient relaxation in dental offices.
Oral Sedation
Oral Sedation Dentistry Oral Sedation involves the administration of sedative drugs from the mouth in the form of a pill or liquid, to achieve patient relaxation.
IV Sedation Dentistry
IV Sedation Dentistry IV (intravenous) sedation dentistry is the method of choice for the management of moderate to more severe levels of dental anxiety or dental phobia.
General Anesthesia
Sedation Dentistry General anesthesia in dentistry is necessary for a very limited number of severe phobia cases and for patients with special needs.

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