Nitrous Oxide Sedation—San Antonio, TX
Feel At-Ease While Taking Care of Your Smile
It’s estimated that between nine and 20 percent of Americans avoid going to the dentist due to fear and anxiety. If you understand the struggle between choosing your smile and your emotional and mental wellbeing, you may be able to benefit from sedation dentistry in San Antonio. Our team at New Image Dentistry offers fast-acting nitrous oxide to help you relax while you’re in the treatment chair, allowing you to maintain the health of your teeth and gum while giving you peace of mind. If you believe you could benefit from sedation during your visit, give our team a call and let us know!
Why Choose New Image Dentistry for Nitrous Oxide Sedation?
- Family-Owned & Operated Dental Practice
- We Treat Patients of All Ages
- Proudly Accepting & Maximizing Dental Insurance
Who is a Good Candidate for Nitrous Oxide?
Sedation dentistry is great for a wide range of patients, but nitrous oxide in particular is excellent for patients who:
- Have a fear of needles
- Experience mild to moderate fear if the dental office
- Aren’t able to sit still in the treatment chair for long periods of time
- Suffer from dental sensitivity
- Have a strong gag reflex
- Have difficulty getting numb
How Does Nitrous Oxide Work?
Nitrous oxide in San Antonio is conveniently administered in-office as soon as you get comfortable in the treatment chair. Our team will place a small nose mask on your face that will allow you to breathe in a colorless, odorless gas and oxygen mixture. Within moments, you’ll feel a relaxing wave wash over you, concealing anxiety and worries that you may typically experience without sedation. One of our professionals will be monitoring you throughout your treatment and you’ll remain conscious throughout the entire time, being able to respond to any of our team’s questions.
Aftercare for Nitrous Oxide
One of the best benefits of nitrous oxide sedation is that the effects wear off quickly, allowing you to continue on with your day as you normally would after your appointment. In order to minimize your chances of experiencing dizziness or a headache after undergoing sedation, we’ll have you breathe in pure oxygen for a few minutes after we turn off the nitrous oxide.