Sedation Dentistry From Your Dentists in Toronto

While we do our very best to provide a warm, calm, and comfortable environment for every patient, we understand that some people will require additional support for their dental anxiety and fears. As such, we are happy to provide sedation options that add a layer of comfort and relaxation.

Oral Sedation

An oral medication that’s ingested in the hours leading up to an appointment, this form of sedation helps calm patients before and during their visit, making them relaxed and comfortable while they receive the care they need.

When utilizing this sedation option, it’s important that patients not eat or drink for at least two hours before their treatment, and that they do not drive to or from their appointment since this type of sedative can impair driving focus and ability.

Nitrous Oxide

Otherwise known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide is a familiar, trusted, and reliable dental sedative. It is administered via a mask and yields an immediate mild to moderate sedation level that calms a patient during treatment(s). Because its effects wear off soon after the mask is removed, it won’t leave you feeling drowsy, and patients can drive home after their dental service or procedure is complete.

Have additional questions about these options and whether they’re right for you? Call our office today!

Enjoy a More Comfortable Dental Experience with Sedation Dentistry in Toronto

Help ease those nerves and anxiety about your dental health with oral sedation dentistry in Toronto by the team at St. Raphael’s Dental Care. We provide a range of dental sedation options with a mission to ensure your visit is as comfortable as possible. To find out more about the services we offer or to make an appointment, call our team today at (647) 490-8391.

Call Our Team About Sedation Dentistry Today

  • Feel comfortable and relaxed while receiving the care you need
  • Have multiple treatments performed in fewer appointments
  • Choose from oral and nitrous oxide sedation
  • Minimize gag reflex sensitivity issues
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