20423 Kuykendahl Rd Ste 600, Spring, TX 77379
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New Patients: 281-378-6515 Current Patients: 281-376-2405
20423 Kuykendahl Rd Ste 600, Spring, TX 77379
Directions
New Patients: 281-378-6515 Current Patients: 281-376-2405

Safely and Quietly Calming Dental Fear

Pediatric Sedation Dentistry in Spring

Sometimes when a parent hears the word “sedation”, they immediately think the worst, but the truth is we’ve been helping our patients of all ages by safely calming dental fear for years.

Sedation dentistry can be a genuine smile saver because it helps soothe nervous patients experiencing issues like dental pain, cavities, or an infection requiring some relaxation.

We are highly trained and skilled to provide pediatric sedation dentistry in Spring that is safe and pain-free for every child for the best experience, every time.

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Oral Sedation

Using oral medication (or a unique combination), we can help older children and teens by calming their dental fears. Most frequently, your child will be calm and awake for their treatment after taking a pill or combination of medications before coming to the office. What’s interesting about oral sedation is that many times children might not even remember their procedure. Oral sedation is safe, effective, and widely used in pediatric dentistry in Spring, The Woodlands, and Tomball.

 

IV Sedation

Deep intravenous (IV) sedation will give your child the chance to sleep through their treatment. They might still move around or make a funny noise here and there, but we have an anesthesiologist right there with them in the office to oversee their safety. He carefully monitors your child’s heart rate/rhythm, blood pressure, and oxygen levels. Together, we can decide when it’s a good time for your little one to leave following their procedure.

Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous Oxide is probably one of the most widely used sedation techniques in Pediatric Sedation Dentistry in Spring. So many dentists choose nitrous oxide because it’s mild, wears off quickly, and is less invasive. Your kiddos might hear us referring to nitrous oxide as “silly air” or “laughing gas.” Children breathe this together with oxygen. They don’t usually go to sleep, but most will get more relaxed.

 

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