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Compassionate Sedation Dentistry in Dallas, Texas

Put your fear of the dentist’s office to rest by calling DNA Dental Dallas at (214)-295-9270 for sedation dentistry in Dallas, Texas!

Anxious about your next visit to the dentist? Get in touch with DNA Dental for a painless, stress-free and comfortable experience. Thanks to Dr. Darya Timin, an experienced sedation dentist in Dallas, and our friendly staff at DNA Dental, we deliver the best sedation dentistry in Dallas, Texas. We remain committed to making sure you head home with a happy heart and, of course, a sparkling smile.

The Best Sedation Dentistry in Dallas, Texas

Overcome your dentophobia after experiencing DNA Dental’s high-quality and patient-oriented dental care services. DNA Dental comprises a team of highly qualified and skilled dental practitioners who display true dedication to their patients. 

Dr. Darya Timin remains a distinguished member of multiple American dental organizations and has a stellar history of working with complex dental cases. With an eye for artistry and a gentle approach, Dr. Timin and her dental team take great pride in the quality of dental services they provide.

Explore Our Sedation Dentistry Options in Dallas, TX

Many patients suffer from stress and anxiety because of the pain associated with a visit to the dentist. Sedation dentistry uses pharmacological sedatives to help calm patients down and deliver pain-free dental experiences. 

DNA Dental’s team of family-oriented professionals ensures you feel at home while we take care of your dental health. DNA Dental offers different sedation dentistry techniques designed to suit your personal needs.

Oral Sedation: Comfortable and Calming

Oral sedation serves as the perfect option for patients with moderate to high dental anxiety level. In oral sedation dentistry, the patients ingest a pill about an hour before meeting the dentist. This method results in the patients feeling rather drowsy at the appointment time and requires someone to accompany them to and from the dentist’s office.

Oral sedation represents one of the three main types of sedation dentistry. It typically utilizes different kinds of benzodiazepines, which act upon the amygdala and reduce anxiety. It serves as the most popular choice for patients who fear the alternative methods of administering the medicine through an IV or gasmask. Oral conscious sedation offers several benefits:

  • Easy to administer
  • Safe to use and regulated by the FDA
  • Ensures patients remain responsive enough to follow instructions 

Nitrous Oxide Sedation: Safe and Effective

Dentists use nitrous oxide sedation for patients with mild dental fear regarding dental appointments. This technique involves allowing patients to inhale nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, through a small nosepiece. It makes the patient feel a little numb and induces a sense of calm happiness. On some occasions, patients may start cracking jokes or telling stories without remembering it.

Nitrous oxide sedation usually keeps the patient conscious throughout the entire procedure. The dentist can regulate the amount of nitrous oxide administered based on the patient’s requirements. Patients may experience a few mild side effects that disappear soon after the dentist removes the nasal mask. 

Some of the benefits of nitrous oxide sedation include:

  • Safe for both adults and children
  • Wears off within a few minutes 
  • Viable in all but the most intensive dental procedures

Intravenous Sedation: For Deep Relaxation

Intravenous (IV) sedation involves the administration of benzodiazepines into a patient’s vein. This form of sedation keeps the patient sedated for extended periods and produces an almost instantaneous feeling of relaxation.

IV sedation includes a preparation period before the dentist performs a procedure. Patients must avoid food and drink for about six hours before IV sedation because it induces a long period of deep unconsciousness in the patient, halting certain digestive reflexes. In turn, this can lead to vomiting, which presents a risk of choking.

Some of the advantages of IV sedation include:

  • Patients feel minimal pain during the dental procedure
  • Takes effect almost immediately
  • Allows the dentist to work without disruptions caused by the patient

Before proceeding with IV sedation option, Dr. Timin and her associates will assess a patient’s health, medical history, and other factors that could impact how the patient responds to the treatment.

Don’t sleep on Dental DNA’s professional dental care services! Dial (214)-295-9270 and discover why Dental DNA represents the preferred choice for patients who need to go nite-nite during their scheduled sedation dentistry appointments in Dallas, Texas.