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Inhaled Sedation Dentistry in Evanston, IL

Inhaled Sedation Dentistry in Evanston, IL

What is inhaled sedation dentistry?

Our friendly and experienced dental team in Evanston, IL understands that many patients are hesitant about dental visits due to anxiety or fears. Different levels of anesthesia and sedation allow Dr. Amarante to treat you in a manner that you find comfortable. Dr. Amarante at Way Dental will assess your treatment options and recommend a level of sedation that will allow you to relax during your dental procedure in Evanston, IL. An in-depth consultation with Dr. Amarante prior to administering anesthesia helps to optimize the long-term outcome for your procedure while assuming a minimal risk for complications.

Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous oxide therapy or “laughing gas” is a mild sedative that is commonly used in dentistry. It is a colorless and odorless gas that is administered through a small mask over your nose. This allows you to achieve a level of relaxation as well as reduce pain during the procedure in Evanston, IL. Nitrous oxide is not addictive and exits the body within a few minutes.

Oral Sedation

Dr. Amarante offers oral sedation for patients who prefer a more moderate level of sedation. Some patients are given oral medications that are administered directly to the affected area while dental work is performed. Others may be put in a deeper state of relaxation, but will still be able to respond to light stimulation. Patients may feel drowsy and fall asleep during the procedure. Those who choose to be sedated are required to follow a few pre-procedural recommendations and have a driver available to assist them on the day of their procedure.

General Anesthesia

General anesthesia is a controlled state of unconsciousness where a patient cannot feel, see, or hear anything during the procedure. The medication can be administered through various routes and is an extension of deep sedation, helping limit movement and discomfort during dental treatment. A highly trained and specialized anesthesiologist is required to provide this type of anesthesia to assure absolute patient safety. Your dental team at Way Dental is trained to provide this service!

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