Dental fear and anxiety can keep many Chandler patients from receiving the necessary dental care they need for healthy, beautiful smiles. If that sounds like you, put your mind at ease with sedation dentistry.
Leave Dental Anxiety At The Door
Dental fear and anxiety can keep many Chandler patients from receiving the necessary dental care they need for healthy, beautiful smiles. If that sounds like you, put your mind at ease with sedation dentistry. You’ll have a comfortable experience here at Johansen Dental. Our practice possesses a rare combination of positivity, comfortable amenities, and minimally invasive dental technology that makes it easy to overcome your concerns. In fact, we want you to not only receive the dental care you need but also enjoy your dental visit!
We offer sedation dentistry services customized to your unique level of dental fear to minimize your anxiety and worry. We also offer dental sedation to help you combine multiple treatments into one efficient appointment, minimizing the number of visits you have overall. At Johansen Dental, we offer oral sedation and nitrous oxide (laughing gas). Let our dental care team put your fears to rest and not only change your relationship with dentistry but ultimately your smile.
What is laughing gas and what does it do?
Nitrous oxide, commonly referred to as laughing gas, is a mild sedative that can help reduce your anxiety. It will not put you to sleep. It’s colorless and odorless and its usefulness stems from its ability to quickly work and safely reverse its effects. It is a widely considered safe dental sedation method.
We offer nitrous oxide for our patients to ensure they are comfortable and relaxed for any procedure.
What type of anesthesia are used for dental work?
The most common types of anesthesia used are local anesthesia, IV sedation, and general anesthesia. Local anesthesia is a numbing medication that is injected directly into the area that is to be treated—usually the gums around an affected tooth. In contrast, general anesthesia produces a more profound experience that usually leaves no memory of the actual procedure. It’s typically used for more intensive procedures like tooth extraction, dental implants, or other surgical procedures and the patient is unconscious during the process. IV sedation is a deeper type of anesthesia that achieves a period of brief sedation with very little memory of the surgery.
If you have more questions about sedation dentistry, give us a call and we'll be happy to discuss further.