Let’s talk about LAUGHING GAS! What is it? How long does it last? Is it safe for all ages?
When it comes to laughing gas, dentists need to make sure you’re healthy enough for any type of dental sedation, including nitrous oxide. Be sure to review your medical history—including any allergies you have to things like eggs, medication you’re taking, or if you’ve had recent surgery—well ahead of your planned appointment. And if you feel super congested to the point you can’t breathe out your nose, then you probably won’t be able to get laughing gas that day or will want to reschedule.
Can you feel pain with laughing gas? Usually not. But it’s not because of the laughing gas, it’s because your dentist will still numb your tooth. Without any local anesthetic, you’ll still enjoy general relaxation from head to toe, making your brain less perceptive to uncomfortable stimuli.
Not all dentists offer laughing gas, so be sure to ask your dental provider if nitrous oxide is an option. Some of them may not use it if they or a staff member are pregnant, for example.
Bottom line: nitrous oxide is safe, effective, and used worldwide because of how well it works. If you have anxiety or don’t like trips to the dentist, laughing gas may be all you need to take the edge off!
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