Laughing Gas Sedation in Lone Tree, Colorado

Nitrous Oxide Root Canal PatientsWe want you to be able to receive dental services that will benefit your oral and overall health—that’s why we offer sedation dentistry. Laughing gas can help patients with anxiety or dental sensitivity be able to experience dental exams and services in comfort.

Sedation Dentistry

Do you need freedom from anxiety during a dental visit? Have you been plagued with dental pain for years? Have you searched online for “sedation dentistry near me” recently? Then contact Creekside Endodontics—or ask a friend or family member to contact us. You’ll only hear professional concern and understanding about your needs.

Dental exams and procedures can catch and stop problems that would threaten your dental, oral, and overall health. That’s why we want to treat your anxiety or sensitivity with full sedation dentistry or with laughing gas. We feel responsible for your wellbeing.

Laughing gas helps maintain total comfort during any dental procedure. Dr. Stubbs can give you a healthy, attractive smile without causing you anxiety.

We provide stress-free root canals every day at Creekside Endodontics. Sedation dentistry can allow you to get through your endodontic appointments, and even enjoy your time with us.

Dr. Stubbs provides the latest materials, techniques, and technology, along with sedation dentistry. We welcome you to our spa-like practice for successful treatments and safe sedation.

Advantages of Sedation Dentistry

We offer three forms of conscious sedation dentistry at Creekside Endodontics: oral conscious sedation, IV sedation, and laughing gas sedation. Any one of them can give you comfort and relaxation during any dental service, whether an preventative exam or a more complex procedure. Of course, root canal sedation and sedation for tooth extractions are always available.

We help patients with sedation or sleep dentistry quite often, so there’s no judgement about it. We only want to do what is right for your health. You can pair sedation dentistry with any appointment, if you communicate that it would help improve your experience.

Sedation dentistry might even reduce the number of appointments you need, because it could make you relaxed enough to combine several services into one sitting. Laughing gas can make anyone feel generally happy.

Sedation dentistry can calm your mind. It can relax tense muscles. It can send a signal to your brain that everything is okay. Imagine having that experience at the dentist. When was the last time you could truly relax in the dental chair? We can help to get you there.

Laughing Gas

Laughing gas is a mild form of sedation dentistry. With it, we are able to complete more dental work while you are sedated. You will be relaxed enough to tolerate a longer appointment.

Patients with dental anxiety shouldn’t have to suffer with pain or the symptoms of dental damage, or worry about the long-lasting consequences of avoiding dental work. Laughing gas gently soothes the patient and allows them to receive the dental work they need.

How Is Laughing Gas Administered?

Laughing gas is administered as the patient inhales the gas, all while being carefully monitored by their dentist. The small mask fits comfortably over the nose, and can be adjusted whenever necessary.

Once your dosage is correct and you feel comfortable, we can begin your procedure. When the procedure is over, the flow of laughing gas is stopped, and we will administer pure oxygen for a short period. Within minutes, you’ll be able to sit up and resume normal activities.

Could Sedation Dentistry Be the Answer for Me?

Have you avoided or skipped dental services before? That’s completely understandable if your teeth are unusually sensitive or if you have dental anxiety.

You might be a perfect candidate for sedation dentistry, which could help you to build a new habit of visiting your dentist more regularly. Perhaps all you need is laughing gas so that your next appointment is easier and more enjoyable; this might help you schedule another appointment—and another one.

Our commitment to you is to improve both your dental health and the health of your whole body. Dental services can stop infections from spreading, can save at-risk teeth, and even catch oral cancer early. That means we are happy to offer you sedation dentistry during any service.

Can I Benefit From Laughing Gas?

You might benefit from laughing gas if you fit one or more of the following:

  • People with anxiety who tend to avoid the dental chair.
  • Those with an overactive gag reflex.
  • Patients with difficulty becoming numb.
  • Those who need a complex or lengthy procedure.

Even if you’re not sure, ask us about sedation dentistry or laughing gas when you come into our office at Creekside Endodontics today!

Get Safe Sedation Dentistry at Creekside Endodontics

Come see us for a preliminary visit to Dr. Stubbs to find out if you are an eligible candidate for laughing gas or another sedation dentistry method. Schedule your appointment to learn more about dental sedation today!