Who has experience with nitrous oxide sedation?
who has experience with nitrous oxide sedation at the dentist? Do you still get local anesthesia on the tooth to be treated? What about side effects? Do you have to pay anything for this sedation?
Kind regards Geeny
A few additions and corrections to the previously registered items:
Laughing gas is an anesthetic that has an analgesic effect, but is hardly asleep, so it does not raise consciousness to the extent that is necessary and customary for general anesthesia. The effects are dose dependent. Nitrous oxide is mixed with oxygen. A 25% share of nitrous oxide loosens, relaxes, tingles in the body, 50% has a pain-relieving and even more mood-enhancing effect, sometimes to the point of euphoria and enthusiasm, the concentration is increased, dream experiences can occur, but it can also lead to that the memory is completely gone, like a sedation with Dormicum.