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Conscious IV Sedation


Pain Free Dentistry


Do you hate the sounds, smells and tastes linked with dental care?
Ask about Dental Conscious IV Sedation at Family Dental Care Proven to give you a More Relaxed Positive Experience.

IV Sedation may be required for certain Procedures such as Dental Implants, Wisdom Tooth Removal, Fillings and Dental Crowns or complicated Dental Procedures. It is also used to give you a very relaxing and happier dental experience. For those who are feeling anxious.


How will I Feel?
IV sedation induces a sleepy state of deep relaxation and a feeling of not being perturbed by what's going on.
You may not remember much about your treatment at all.


Is it Safe?
Yes it is completely safe. At Family Dental Care & Sedation Clinic you will be looked after by a highly qualified and experienced, dedicated Team.


Feeling Nervous?
Speak to our friendly staff on the phone or email your particular concerns to us. You are treated as an individual and we take care to listen and understand your particular concerns.


Q: Is Nitrous Oxide/RA/Happy Gas Pain Relief Safe?

A: Nitrous oxide is very safe, because it's easy to take and mild. Nitrous oxide is not addictive. While inhaling nitrous oxide, you remain fully conscious and aware of your surroundings. After coming off of the gas, the effects of it are gone. If you have respiratory problems or other breathing problems, such as asthma, you should talk with your dentist to see if you are a candidate for nitrous oxide.

Sources: American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Nitrous Oxide 30 April 2008.

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