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Nitrous Oxide Sedation

 

Nitrous Oxide Dentist PleasantonIf you are looking for a the gentle comfort of a nitrous oxide dentist in Pleasanton, visit Gateway Dental Care. Nitrous oxide or laughing gas is a sweet-smelling, colorless gas which has safely been used for many years to sedate and relax fearful patients. We administer by having you comfortably inhale the gas, which is carefully monitored by your doctor. During the procedure, you are able to breathe on your own and remain in control of all bodily functions.

Our highly trained staff will monitor and adjust your levels of sedation as needed. You might experience mild amnesia, and not remember the details of your appointment if you fall asleep, which is completely normal. The depth of the sedation can be adjusted at any time and there are no “hangover” like effects. Nitrous oxide sedation is very safe and effective. Once the procedure is over the nitrous oxide will wear off fairly quickly, and you will soon be able to return to your day.

As shown on the TV show “Let It Ride” (Dramatized For TV)

Relax During Your Next Dental Visit

Nitrous oxide makes dental care easier for patients of all ages, including children and the elderly. Instead of being terrified of dental appointments, many patients come to view them as opportunities for pleasure that are over too soon. You will look forward to your next visit to Gateway Dental Care.

By choosing a nitrous oxide dentist in Pleasanton, you can count on a relaxing appointment every time. When cavities are filled, the sound of the dentist’s drill might as well be a million miles away. You’ll never have to worry about going to the dentist again.

We do recommend that you have a preliminary visit with us to ensure that you are an eligible candidate for nitrous oxide sedation. If you have been worried about your next dental, you can relax. At Gateway Dental Care, you can say goodbye to your dental fears and enjoy total comfort during appointments. Ask us about nitrous oxide sedation dentistry and schedule your appointment today.