Sedation Dentistry for Anxiety-Free Treatment

Many patients are treated at 6 Day Dental & Orthodontics with just a small shot that quickly numbs the area being worked on. However, some patients have special needs, possibly because of a previous bad experience at the dentist or if lengthy, extensive treatment is needed. As a result, we offer these sedation options:

  • Nitrous Oxide – This relaxing gas is breathed in and helps you to relax during treatment. It is very safe and leaves your system within five minutes of being turned off at the end of the appointment. You don’t even to take time off from work or school or find someone to drive you home afterwards. This option is used by a high percentage of our patients.
  • Oral Sedation – When Nitrous Oxide is not sufficient, a pill can be given to you in our office approximately one hour before the treatment begins. This medication, along with nitrous oxide, helps you become more sleepy and relaxed. Your sedated state of mind lets you respond better to dental treatment. With you being calm and comfortable, our dentists can work more efficiently. This option does require you to bring someone to drive you and to secure time off for the remainder of the day to recover. Our doctors have earned a special permit to provide this service safely in our practices.
  • IV Conscious Sedation – This is the highest level of sedation offered in our dental office and is not needed often. We commonly utilize IV for wisdom teeth surgeries and extremely fearful patients, as well as for children who need extensive care. The doctor monitors the patient during the entire procedure. IV Sedation also requires a person to drive you to and from the appointment, as well as remain in the office during the appointment. Time off from work will be necessary for an expedient recovery.

In addition, we offer stereo headphones to help take your mind off the sounds and sights associated with dental treatment.

Your dental health is our main concern. We will do whatever it takes to make you comfortable. We appreciate the opportunity to be a partner with you in establishing your long-term dental health!



(214) 778-1900

1205 W McDermott Rd.
Allen, TX 75013


(972) 316-6320

6050 Long Prairie Road #100
Flower Mound, TX 75028


(817) 567-8040

200 East State Hwy 114
Roanoke, TX 76262