Who has experience with nitrous oxide sedation? (Dentist, anesthetic)

Who has experience with nitrous oxide sedation? (Dentist, anesthetic)

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

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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.

The maximum concentration is around 75%. Awareness is limited most of the time and you are not fully there, but looks like something in a trance, but remains largely addressable, but memory gaps can occur depending on the concentration. Therefore, as far as I know, the anesthetist can be dispensed with. Because of the euphoric effect, nitrous oxide sedation is mostly perceived as pleasant. So you should give it a try: :)

Nitrous oxide is not broken down in the body, as was told here, but simply exhaled again, just as it was inhaled.

With nitrous oxide sedation, the treatment is very pleasant, calm and stress-free! There are no side effects and almost no contraindications! There are not many options in Vienna yet! One of them is Dr Kurz in Meidling.

So in order to provide information here. Nitrous oxide has become the absolute standard in the United States and there are reasons for that.

Laughing gas is quick but very pleasant and relieves anxiety patients of the fear, you feel safe and very relaxed, the pain sensation is also reduced, the laughing gas usually includes a local anesthetic (attention normal anesthetic by injection into the gums). You are always fully responsive and can speak and think clearly, except that you are not afraid and completely relaxed.

An anesthetist is definitely not necessary for this, your dentist learns the correct and risk-free application through further training.

Laughing gas is ideal for anxiety patients and has no side effects or risks.

In most cases, nitrous oxide sedation has to be paid for by children, which costs about 55 euros. The tooth is also anesthetized locally. The laughing gas relaxes, which means that the patient is not anxious and more cooperative. Nitrous oxide is broken down by the body immediately after the supply. Under laughing gas, you are addressable all the time not as under general anesthesia.

Talk to your doctor.

wow, very helpful answer.

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