Dental Surgeries Using Nitrous Oxide Sedation

Surgeries can be performed for uncooperative and unmanageable patients by putting them off to sleep partially by administering nitrous oxide sedation. It helps the patient eliminate any discomfort that might occur while undergoing surgery.

Especially for younger children who are not mature enough to understand the need for treatment and are always surrounded by fear of extreme pain. To make sure the child gets safe and comfortable treatment, we operate on them using an active sedative agent (Nitrous Oxide) to help them get more relaxed during treatment.

The patient might feel light-headed or tingling in the arms and legs as they start feeling the effects of nitrous oxide. These effects wear off once the mask gets removed.