Nitrous Oxide Sedation – Annapolis, MD

Helping You Become More Relaxed During Your Appointments

A young woman lying back in the dentist’s chair and receiving nitrous oxide from a sedation dentist in Annapolis

Dental anxiety is a common condition experienced by children, teenagers, and adults. No matter the age, individuals like yourself resist elective and even necessary treatment simply because they are too scared or anxious about their upcoming visit. If you break into a sweat at the thought of visiting a dentist’s office or cringe when thinking about a traumatic dental experience, you’re not alone. Fortunately, at Chambers Family Dentistry, we offer nitrous oxide to mitigate fears and ensure a more relaxing experience. If finding the right sedation dentist in Annapolis is important for the future of your oral health, don’t wait any longer. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!

How Does Nitrous Oxide Work?

A piece of equipment that delivers nitrous oxide sedation

Nitrous oxide is also known as laughing gas and is considered one of the safest and mildest forms of sedation. Used on individuals who experience dental anxiety or who have difficulty sitting still during an appointment, you will wear a nasal mask and be instructed to inhale the mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen. Throughout your appointment, our team can easily adjust the dosage, ensuring you remain completely safe and comfortable the entire time.

Within minutes of starting the process, you will begin to feel light-headed and even as if you are floating. Not only will it help you to become fully relaxed, but you will not have to worry about feeling any pain throughout your visit. But don’t worry, you won’t be fully sedated. Instead, you’ll remain conscious during your appointment and be able to respond to any cues or instructions by our dental team.

Who Is A Good Candidate for Nitrous Oxide?

A dentist shows the apparatus used to administer nitrous oxide to a male patient

If you are worried you will not be able to undergo regular dental care because of your dental worries, it’s time to talk to our team at Chambers Family Dentistry. After discussing your medical history and determining your level of anxiety, we can determine if you are a good candidate for nitrous oxide.

You will likely be recommended for treatment if you:

You should know that nitrous oxide is not a viable option for individuals who are pregnant or have a certain medical condition (i.e., glaucoma, elevated blood pressure). You’ll also need to discuss any medications you are currently taking before receiving nitrous oxide.

What is the Recovery Time for Nitrous Oxide?

A young man wearing a green button-down shirt smiles while lying back in a dentist’s chair

One of the greatest benefits of receiving nitrous oxide is the fact that once the gas is turned off, the effects immediately begin to dissipate. Within minutes, you will be able to return to normal activity with a healthier smile.

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