Laughing gas is available to assist patients relax and feel safe in the dentist’s chair while having treatment.
Continue reading to find out why laughing gas is entirely safe for your child on their next visit to our office.
What is Laughing Gas, and how does it work?
To manage pain, some treatments will still require local anesthetic. Laughing gas may be used to assist your child relax while receiving dental care if he or she has a history of oral anxiety.
Laughing gas has the following advantages:
Similarly, the relaxing benefits of laughing gas dissipate virtually as soon as we remove the mask.
Your child will be able to return to school after their treatment, unlike with other methods of sedation dentistry.
The patient is awake and aware of his or her surroundings.
Laughing gas differs from sleep dentistry in that your child will be awake and conscious throughout the operation.
This means that if one of our dentists needs to open your child’s mouth wider or tilt their head to reach a tooth, your youngster will be able to cooperate.
Our laughing gas dentists have undergone extensive training and have extensive expertise using laughing gas during dental operations.
There are no long-term side effects.
Laughing gas has no long-term side effects, making it totally safe for youngsters.
Adults who are given laughing gas can actually drive themselves home or go back to work.
Other methods of sedation dentistry (such as pill sedation) include keeping your child home from school and closely monitoring them for the remainder of the day for any negative side effects.
You don’t have to be concerned about negative effects when using laughing gas.
Dental Anxiety is Reduced
The more apprehensive your youngster is about seeing the dentist, the less likely they are to maintain dental hygiene into adulthood.
We recognize the importance of generating positive impressions in your child’s early years, which is why we provide laughing gas.
Laughing gas will assist your youngster relax during pediatric dental treatment.
We know from personal experience that many people are afraid of the dentist because they believe they will lose control.
Your child will feel more in charge of their therapy because they will be awake and aware while receiving laughing gas.
Please contact our office if you have any queries concerning laughing gas.