Sedation Dentistry

If you suffer from dental fears or dread visiting the dentist, sedation dentistry can help! At Choice Dental Care, we want every patient to feel comfortable throughout their entire visit. We offer several amenities during your visit including a TV in each dental room and complimentary beverages. One other way we provide a relaxing experience is through sedation dentistry. Not only can you feel at ease, your dentist can also accomplish a lot in just one visit with the help of sedation. If you are interested in sedation dentistry in Silver Spring, MD, call our team today to schedule your visit! We offer both nitrous oxide sedation and oral sedation. Your dentist can help you determine the best sedation for your dental needs.

Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous oxide is a form of sedation that can be used by children, teens and adults. Nitrous oxide works by administering the sedation through a mask that is placed over the nose. Within minutes, the sedation will begin to take effect, helping you feel completely relaxed and at ease. Surrounding sounds and smells will not bother you, but you will be able to respond to your dentist as needed. Nitrous oxide is a good option for patients of all ages and can be used during routine visits or dental treatment.

Oral Sedation

Oral sedation is administered in pill form prior to the start of your visit. By the time you sit in the dental chair, you should feel relaxed. Oral sedation is made to last for several hours, allowing your dentist to accomplish a lot in just one visit. Oral sedation is typically recommended for appointments involving some type of treatment.

Address All Your Dental Needs

We offer everything you need for your smile under one roof! By choosing Choice Dental Care, you can tackle your dental goals and work towards improving your smile at one convenient location. As you’re working towards improving your dental health, sedation dentistry can help! Sedation dentistry will allow your dentist to complete your dental treatment while you sit comfortably in the dental chair!

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