Locations Of Our Offices
Find out more about sedation dentistry in a free consultation.
Choose the sedation dental office that’s near you:
Denver / Centennial – near I-25 and Dry Creek, in Centennial, (303) 309-0749
Colorado Springs – near Powers and Stetson Hills Blvd, in Colorado Springs, (719) 247-2020
Colorado Springs – near Powers and North Carefree Circle, in Colorado Springs, (719) 247-2350
As dentists who offer sedation, we see a lot of patients with dental anxiety, who would like to receive gentle dental care and have a positive, pain-free dental visit.
We also see patients who prefer to have sedation for certain types of dental procedures or treatments (such as wisdom teeth extractions), and patients who have a physical disability that makes it challenging to visit the dentist.
We offer three levels of sedation at our offices:
Nitrous Oxide: Also known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide is the mildest form of sedation. Some people elect to have nitrous oxide for cleanings and other simple procedures (such as fillings). Nitrous oxide is a gas that’s administered through a nosepiece.
Oral Sedation: Also known as conscious sedation, oral sedation is a moderate form of sedation. Oral sedation is administered through a pill that you take before your dental treatment. With oral sedation, you’re conscious, but less aware of your surroundings. You’ll find that time passes quickly, and after your dental appointment, you have little or possibly even no memory of what happened.
IV Sedation: Also known as general anesthesia, IV sedation is the deepest form of sedation for dentistry. The sedation is administered through an IV that’s attached to your arm. During your dental treatment, you will be completely unconscious.