We strive to do so in a comfortable, supportive environment. Dr. Patterson and our skilled dental team are trained to provide sedation to anxious patients. If you think you would benefit from dental sedation, call or visit your trusted Cypress dental office to learn more.
Sedation dentistry is any dental procedure that is performed under medications that help you to feel relaxed. During sedation dentistry, you will remain awake and conscious throughout the procedure, but the sedation will help you feel less anxious about your time in the dentist’s chair.
If you believe that you will benefit from sedation dentistry, contact us at Towne Lake Dentistry today. We aim to help all of our patients safe and comfortable when they are with us.
At Towne Lake Dentistry, we can offer our patients laughing gas and oral sedation. It can be safely combined with local anesthesia to help patients relax during treatment. Both are completely safe and commonly used in dental practices across the globe.
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Sedation may be right for you if you feel nervous about visiting the dentist. We want to ensure that every patient has access to the dental care that they need. If you have been putting off much needed dental work, or even your regular checkup, because of a fear of the dentist, then please call us. We want to help you overcome anxiety and enjoy your next visit with us!
Whether your fear stems from a low pain threshold, a struggle to sit still, sensitive teeth, or any other barriers to treatment, get in touch with our friendly team to learn more.
Sedation is safe, and our dentist is certified to administer oral sedation and laughing gas. Both laughing gas and oral sedation are routinely used in a variety of dental procedures. The effects of laughing gas will wear off after your appointment has ended, and oral sedation will wear off within a few hours.
For some people, including those who have sleep apnea or are allergic to certain medications, there may be risk factors involved with sedation. In this case, you should consult with your doctor. For most, however, sedation dentistry is an excellent option.