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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Sedation Dentistry

How can we help you?

If you are looking for a new dental office, you probably have a lot of questions about whether we are right for you. At Atlantic Dental Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, we encourage you to call so we can answer your questions specifically. In the meantime, here is a list of some of our most popular questions.

Feel free to read through them. If your question is not addressed here, call us and we will be happy to help.
 

Sedation Dentistry

If you have experienced fear or anxiety around visiting the dentist, we understand how difficult it can be to get the dental care you need. Sedation dentistry in Ocean City makes it comfortable and safe for patients to receive dental treatment while feeling completely relaxed. 

Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, is a mild form of sedation delivered through a nasal mask worn throughout your dental procedure. Nitrous oxide is mixed with oxygen to provide a calming effect so you can feel comfortable and at ease during most types of dental treatment.

How does nitrous oxide work at Atlantic Dental?

Nitrous works quickly to help you feel relaxed, but even better, it leaves your system right away as soon as we remove the mask. This allows you to get back to your normal daily activities quickly after your dental appointment with no lasting side effects.

Contact us today

Nitrous is safe for most patients, even children, and Dr. Michnick, Dr. Takacs, or Dr. Mazzei, your dentists in Ocean City, are happy to discuss using nitrous during your treatment if you feel it would benefit you. Contact Atlantic Dental today (410) 213-7575 to learn more about nitrous oxide and how it can help you get the high-quality dental care you deserve.

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