1. Nitrous Sedation
it is a laughing gas, used to induce a state of relaxation.
It acts as both an anaesthetic and as a way to reduce
your anxiety in the dental chair. Nitrous oxide, combined
with oxygen, is inhaled right before your dental treatment.
2. Oral Sedation
You’ll be given a pill before starting a dental work. Pills
work as a sedatives.
3. IV (Intravenous) Sedation
Sedative is administered intravenously.
Level of Sedation-
Minimal sedation — you are awake but relaxed.
Moderate sedation (formerly called “conscious sedation”) you may slur your words when speaking and
not remember much of the procedure.
Deep sedation — you are on the edge of consciousness but can still be awakened.