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What is Sedation Dentistry?

We offer different levels of sedation to help relieve any anxiety that you may face while getting a routine cleaning, crown, or dental surgery. As the patient, you will have the ultimate decision on what level of sedation is best suited to help ease those dental fears.

Don’t let those undesired sights, smells, and sounds found in the dental office scare you from getting the care that you need to have a healthy mouth. Twin Aspen Dental Center uses newer technology which is less invasive than older techniques, and sedation dentistry to help you relax while we perform your procedures.

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Relax with Twin Aspen Dental Center in Parker, CO

Twin Aspen Dental Center uses sedation dentistry to help patients relax during their dental procedures. Whether you simply need nitrous or need to be completely sedated by one of our CRNA’s, we will help figure out what level of sedation suits your needs best. The levels of sedation used include:

Inhaled Minimal Sedation

Patients breathe nitrous oxide combined with oxygen through a mask that’s placed over your nose. The gas helps you relax, and we control the amount of sedation you receive. The gas’ effects wear off quickly and allow you to drive home after the procedure.

Oral Sedation

Oral sedation is another option to help relieve anxiety, in the form of a pill. This will help you relax but you will still be awake and responsive to any needed stimulation.

IV Moderate Sedation

This form of sedation works quickly as it is delivered through an IV. A CRNA carefully monitors and controls the level of sedation needed throughout the procedure.

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