For some patients, visiting the dentist’s office can be anxiety-inducing. We want all of our dental patients to look forward to visiting our office so they can get the care they need. Our dental and office staff aim to create a warm and welcoming environment for every patient.
Because of this, Dr. Elizabeth Duling offers sedation dentistry in her Owens Cross Roads, AL office. Sedation dentistry is a general dental solution that allows patients to feel relaxed during their dental treatment. Patients who suffer from fear or anxiety can receive dental sedation for more routine treatments. We also use sedation dentistry for procedures like tooth extractions, root canals, and more.
Benefits of Dental Sedation
Sedation dentistry allows patients to get the care they need. Dental sedation:
- Offers painless treatment
- Allows dentists to provide faster care
- Requires fewer dental appointments
- Helps ease fear and anxiety
Please let us know if you or a loved one require dental sedation for your next appointment. We will work with you to find the best solution for your needs.
Types of Dental Sedation
We offer two types of dental sedation: oral and nitrous. Oral conscious sedation is taken in pill form before your appointment. Dr. Duling will give you the required dosage that you need. Oral conscious sedation allows patients to feel relaxed but conscious during their care. They may also feel drowsy and may not remember the details of their appointment.
Nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, is a mild sedative. This type of sedation keeps patients awake and aware while still calm and relaxed. The effects of laughing gas wear off as soon as the mask is removed, so patients who undergo this sedation can drive themselves to and from their appointment.
Schedule a Dental Appointment
If you or a loved one have dental fear or anxiety, call our office for treatment. Try dental sedation today. Request a consultation with Dr. Duling on our website. You can also call Dr. Duling’s Owens Cross Roads, AL dental office at 256.202.4186. Let us know if you have any further questions about dental sedation and we will help.