Do you have dental anxiety?

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Dental Phobia? We can help!

Do you have anxiety or fear of the dentist? Are you avoiding the dentist because of it? Whether you suffer from dental anxiety, have an active gag reflex, or need to undergo advance treatment, your comfort matters.  We understand that the fear of the dentist can be a debilitating condition that stops patients from getting the dental care you may need.  At the office of Sloan Creek Dental, we offer compassionate and effective treatment for patients where our dedicated team will help you through your dental phobia using leading dental technology for pain-free dentistry.  

Dr. Feng knows that everybody is unique, which is why we create an environment that is stress free and comfortable.  Depending on your needs, she works with you to create a personalized treatment plan that works for you. Sedation dentistry can be used as part of your treatment to ensure that you feel relaxed and safe during your dental procedures.  Our experienced team works with you to eliminate your dental fear in a relaxed environment without sacrificing effectiveness or safety.

What Is Sedation Dentistry?

If you are in pain or have always been nervous about visiting the dentist, we offer sedation dentistry for patients who are apprehensive. With the use of sedation dentistry you will feel safe, comfortable, and relaxed to receive the dental care you need. While sedation is often talked about as a way to cope with dental anxiety and stress, we can actually use it in a number of different situations. This may include:

  • Make long or multiple treatments easier to complete in a single visit
  • Help those with a low pain tolerance
  • Help those with a sensitive gag reflex
  • Help those who have difficulty sitting still in the dental chair for long periods of time
  • Keep patients with developmental or physical disabilities comfortable

Pain Free Dentistry in Fairview, TX

We offer several types of sedation options such as IV sedation, oral sedation, and needle-free sedation such as nitrous oxide, often known as laughing gas. Dr. Feng takes pride in providing a personalized treatment plan for each of her patients.  During the evaluation, she will review your overall health to discuss which sedation option works best for you.  

Sedation Dentistry FAQs

Are you ready to getting the smile and oral health care that you deserve? If you are, we know that feeling nervous about sedation dentistry or going to the dentist is almost inevitable, but we want you to know that you have nothing to worry about. We’re here to help put your mind at ease with these answers to some of our most commonly asked questions. If you don’t see the answer you’re looking for below, don’t hesitate to give us a call and we’ll get your question answered for you as soon as possible!

Are there side effects related to sedation?

You may experience some minor side effects, including:

  • A dry mouth during or after the procedure
  • A very brief period of amnesia upon waking up
  • Headache or nausea
  • Grogginess (this is usually the most common symptom)

How long do the effects of sedation dentistry last?

Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) is the safest and most convenient form of sedation because the gas takes just a few minutes to set in and leaves your system quickly once the treatment is over.

However with oral sedation and IV sedation, they have longer recovery periods. For both, we encourage you to take it easy for the remainder of the day to ensure that the effects have fully worn off.

How much does sedation dentistry cost?

There are many factors that will influence the cost of sedation such as the dental insurance policy varies between each plan, the type of sedation and amount of sedation needed. During your consultation, we will outline your treatment plan during go over the details with you and provide a custom estimate.



Whatever level of anxiety you may have, we are here to help you with your dental anxiety. We take pride in being able to make every patient feel comfortable in our environment and are happy to answer questions you may have about dental sedation or nitrous oxide sedation.  You can contact our dental office at (972) 468-1440 today to discuss how we can help get the dental care you need.