Sedation Dentistry – Sachse, TX

Relax While Getting the Care You Need

Dental patient relaxing during sedation dentistry visit

For millions of Americans, getting dental treatment is far from a walk in the park. Many people have had negative past experiences at a dentist’s office, which could cause severe dental anxiety, especially if it occurred at a young age. At Wiese Dental, we want all of our patients to feel comfortable in our dental office. To that end, Dr. Robert G. Wiese offers sedation options designed to soothe your nerves and help you relax while getting the care you need. If you’ve been struggling to schedule a dental treatment out of fear or anxiety, please give us a call. Sedation dentistry from our Sachse, TX dentist could be just the thing you need to achieve and maintain a healthy smile!


Why Choose Wiese Dental for Sedation Dentistry?

  • Cozy, Welcoming Dental Office Environment
  • Empathetic Dentist with 35+ Years of Experience
  • Most Dental Procedures Performed In-House


Oral Conscious Dental Sedation

Patient holding an oral conscious dental sedation pill

For patients with moderate levels of dental anxiety, oral conscious sedation can work wonders. Dr. Wiese can prescribe a potent anti-anxiety pill for you to take about one hour before your procedure is scheduled to begin. By the time our team begins your treatment, you’ll be in such a deeply relaxed state that your fears will have melted away. You’ll remain awake, but you probably won’t remember much of your appointment. The effects of oral conscious sedation can linger, so you’ll need someone to drive you to and from our dental office.

Nitrous Oxide Dental Sedation

Nitrous oxide dental sedation system

Also known as “laughing gas,” nitrous oxide sedation is ideal for patients with milder anxiety levels who just need something to “take the edge off.” This sedative is a clear, odorless gas that we administer through a nasal mask or cannula. Mere moments after you start inhaling it, you’ll feel relaxed, light, and euphoric, making it a cinch for us to complete your necessary treatment. Once we’ve finished and you’ve stopped breathing in the nitrous oxide, you should feel back to normal within minutes, allowing you to drive yourself home afterward.