Sedation Dentist – Catonsville, MD

Changing the Way You View the Dentist’s Office

Dental anxiety is real. Far too many children, teenagers, adults, and seniors suffer from a fear of visiting the dentist’s office. When appointments are canceled or rescheduled because of this extreme viewpoint, it’s time to do something about it. Dr. Bemani is a sedation dentist in Catonsville who offers nitrous oxide and oral conscious sedation techniques. Contact us if you think you might benefit from one of these ideal solutions.

Why Choose Advance Dental Clinic for Sedation Dentistry?

  • Caring Dentist & Dental Team Who Remain By Your Side
  • Available to Patients of All Ages
  • Comfortable Amenities

Nitrous Oxide Sedation

Young woman wearing mask for nitrous oxide sedation dentistry in Catonsville

Considered the mildest form of sedation dentistry available, nitrous oxide is safe to use on both children and adults. For those with minor dental anxiety, nitrous oxide sedation can be a great way to pursue regular care without worry. In just minutes, you will be instructed to inhale the mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen through a nasal mask. You will begin to feel sleepy and slightly warm but remain cognizant and comfortable. Once the treatment is complete, we’ll remove the mask and turn off the gas. In practically no time at all, the effects will dissipate, and you’ll be free to resume normal activities.

Oral Conscious Sedation

Senior man holding pill and glass of water

If you experience more moderate forms of dental anxiety or require more than one dental treatment during your appointment, we may suggest oral conscious sedation dentistry. This involves taking a prescribed medication before your appointment that will cause you to become much more relaxed. You may even feel euphoric by the time we begin administering treatment. Throughout your appointment, you’ll remain awake but feel no pain or concern for what is going on around you. When finished, you’ll need to have someone escort you home, as it will take some time for the medication to wear off.