Sedation & Sleep Dentistry

Comfort For Anxious Patients

Whether it's dental anxiety, fear of dentists, or a dental treatment you would prefer to have with added comfort, we offer dental sedation options to meet your needs.

Our friendly team is trained in laughing gas, oral sedation and general anesthesia, also known as sleep dentistry.

Dental insurance coverage for sedation dentistry varies from plan to plan. We will gladly send an estimate to your insurance company.

We also offer 0% financing and convenient monthly payment plans so you can get the dental care you need, when you need it.

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Who is a candidate for sedation & dentistry asleep?

People who:

  • hate needles or shots
  • have high fear or anxiety or past traumatic dental experiences
  • have difficulty getting numb
  • have a bad gag reflex
  • hate the noises or smells of a dental office
  • have very sensitive teeth
  • have complex dental problems
  • have limited time to complete dental care
  • require extensive dental care, oral surgery or wisdom tooth extractions with sedation.
  • are embarrassed about their teeth

Dental sedation is suitable for children as young as two years old and adults in good health.

You do not need a referral to come to our office for oral surgery or dental sedation.

Laughing Gas

Nitrous oxide or "laughing gas" is a great option for dental anxiety as it is very effective in calming you and the effects wear off after just a few minutes of removing the laughing gas mask. You can drive yourself home after treatment.

Oral Conscious Sedation

Oral sedation is when the dentist prescribes a strong oral sedative for you to take prior to treatment. You will be conscious and very relaxed during treatment.  Oral sedation can be combined with laughing gas to enhance the sedative effect.  You will need someone to drive you home (or take a taxi) after your appointment.

Sleep Dentistry

General anesthesia, also known as sleep dentistry is when you are "put under" by the dentist and anesthetist to receive your dental treatment.  You are not conscious during treatment. You will need a caregiver to drive you home and stay with you for 24 hours post treatment.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

And get the treatment you need with dental sedation.

Contact Our Sedation Coordinator

Call 905-697-9799 or email her today.

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