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Nitrous Oxide Sedation - No More Worries at the Dentist!

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Many people are afraid of visiting a dentist or are very tensed up during treatment.

If the same happens to you, we have good news for you: sedation (sedated but fully conscious) using nitrous oxide. It helps you relax, as well as helping against pain or vomiting.

With present day technology and trained staff, this proven method is also used in our dental surgery.


You breathe in a mixture of oxygen and nitrous oxide through a small nasal mask. It will help you greatly to relax during dental treatment and to reduce feelings of anxiety.

In this state of relaxation, you are always able to communicate and fully in control of your senses. At the same time as anxiety is allayed, the pain threshold is reduced considerably.

The effect passes completely within 3 minutes. You can go home again without needing anyone to accompany you.


Thanks to modern medical technology, using this method is considered to be very safe.

Patients sometimes describe a tingling in their hands and feet, a feeling of warmth, numbness in the legs, tongue and mucous membranes, ringing in their ears, euphoria and a sensation of lightness or heaviness.

If you do not really enjoy the treatment with nitrous oxide, you can breathe through your mouth at any time and ask your dentist to stop sedation.

Known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide is a non-allergenic, non-irritating gas that affects the central nervous system. The analgesic and sedative effect was discovered as early as the 19th century and has been applied millions of times up to the present day.

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