IV Sedation - NuSet Dental Implants and Oral Surgery

Overcome Dental Fear with IV Sedation Dentistry

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Let’s Discuss Dental Anxiety

If dental fear or anxiety has been holding you back from getting the treatment you need, talk to us about sedation dentistry options. Our practice features intravenous (IV) sedation for our patients who are undergoing more complex procedures, or those who have serious dental anxiety.

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Our IV Sedation Process

Conscious IV sedation involves administering anesthesia through an IV to reduce anxiety and induce a state of relaxation. Most patients feel like they are in a dream state when the anesthesia is circulating through the body but remain awake, but some do fall asleep. This type of sedation is often necessary when patients are undergoing more complex procedures, such as dental implants or wisdom teeth removal. Our Oral Surgeons at NuSet Dental Implants and Oral Surgery understands that some patients have a high level of fear or anxiety and procedures can be overwhelming or uncomfortable, which is why we offer IV sedation as a convenient solution for many patients.

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Benefits of IV Sedation

Other Anesthesia Options

Don’t delay dental treatment because of fear! We have sedation dentistry options available to make your visits that much more comfortable. Learn more about IV sedation by scheduling an appointment with our Oral Surgeons at NuSet Dental Implants and Oral Surgery today.

dental patient under sedation

General Anesthesia

Used for the most complex, invasive dental procedures such as full mouth dental implant placement, general anesthesia is a combination of medications that renders you totally unconscious. Only specially trained practitioners like the ones we have on staff here at NuSet Dental Implants and Oral Surgery can provide this level of anesthesia.
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Nitrous Oxide

You inhale nitrous oxide (commonly known as “laughing gas”) through a mask prior to your treatment. You’ll stay alert but relaxed throughout your procedure, and the effects of nitrous oxide wear off quickly once your mask is removed.

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Your oral health shouldn’t be put on hold.

Call today to ask for details on our sedation options!