Sedation Dentistry Gardena, CA

Do you experience fear or anxiety when visiting the dentist? Dental sedation allows you to maintain the health of your smile without unnecessary stress or discomfort.

At Dentist of Gardena, we work with many patients that worry about undergoing dental treatments and we offer a variety of different sedation options to make sure you get the dental care you need. Our varying levels of sedation will help keep you relaxed during your treatment, and our staff will make sure you are comfortable every step of the way.

What Is Sedation Dentistry?

Sedation dentistry describes the use of specialized medication during a dental appointment to help a patient have a relaxing and pain-free visit. Our skilled dentist and staff are trained in safely administering sedation to provide you with a comfortable dental experience. Our dentist will work with you to develop a sedation treatment plan that fits your unique needs.

Sedation Dentistry Gardena
Sedation Dentist Gardena

Benefits of Dental Sedation

  • Safe and effective
  • Provides the option for pain-free treatment
  • Reduces anxiety and stress
  • Helps you receive necessary dental treatment

What Types Of Sedation Are Available?

At Dentist of Gardena, we know that each patient is different and has their own dental sedation needs. We personalize all our sedation options based on your recommended treatment. The three types of sedation we offer include:

Oral Sedation

With oral sedation, a pill is prescribed by our doctor that will induce drowsiness. The recommended dosage will be precisely determined by our doctor to ensure your comfort during treatment.

General Anesthesia

General anesthesia causes a total loss of consciousness and is administered through either an IV or a breathing mask. This method is recommended during invasive dental treatments or for patients with severe anxiety.

Nitrous Oxide

Also known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide is a commonly used sedation method that is inhaled through a mask placed over your mouth and nose. It allows you to relax during your dental treatment, but does not have long-lasting effects so most patients can drive home after their appointment.

Get The Dental Care You Need With Sedation Dentistry!

Don't let anxiety prevent you from taking care of your smile, call us at (424) 321-7470 to book your appointment.

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