Relax, You're in Good Hands

Babylon Dental Can Help Treat You In Spite Of Your Fears

  • At Babylon Dental Care, our highly skilled team of professionals are dedicated to delivering the highest quality dental care in a safe and comfortable environment.
  • We have several talented restorative dentists and specialists under one roof – there is no need to leave the comfort of our practice!
  • Our friendly and caring team is here to make your experience in the office as relaxed and comfortable as possible.
  • We cater to patients with anxiety and offer a variety of options to help ease their nerves. This allows them to get the care they need, despite their fears.

Are you a candidate for sedation dentistry?

  • Anxious, phobic, fearful
  • Severe gag reflex
  • Difficulty getting numb
  • Time constraints (having all treatment done in one visit)
  • Complex restorations: extractions, root canals, scalings, and implants

If you checked off one or more of the above, sedation dentistry is for you!

Sedation Dentistry Options

Nitrous Oxide

We offer this form of sedation complimentary to all of our patients. Nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas, is a safe and effective sedative agent that is mixed with oxygen and inhaled through a small mask that fits over your nose to help you relax. The effects of nitrous oxide wear off as soon after the mask is removed and is known to relieve anxiety and fear.

Oral Conscious Sedation

The pill is taken an hour before the procedure. Additional medication can be given throughout the procedure as needed to obtain a level of sedation that will allow dental procedures to be performed in perfect comfort. Because of the amnesiac properties of the medication, there is little or no memory of the visit. We can maintain a good level of sedation for many hours, allowing us to correct significant dental problems in as little as one visit.

IV Sedation

IV sedation dentistry is a method of performing dental treatments while a patient is in a relaxed state due to anesthesia, administered directly into the bloodstream by a board-certified anesthesiologist. During your initial visit we will be more than happy to discuss which of the above options specifically meets your needs.

Don’t let fear stand the way of great teeth!