Imagine taking a trip to the dentist with no anxiety or nervousness. You may wonder how this is possible. With nitrous oxide sedation, our caring team can help you relax during your appointment for an exceptional dental experience.

What is nitrous oxide?

Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, is a sedative gas that we offer to help you feel relaxed and at ease during your time with us. You simply inhale the gas during your treatment to help you feel calmer. Dr. Julia Gorelik and our team understand that many people experience dental anxiety, and we are dedicated to providing you with a dental experience that is as comfortable and positive as possible. We are happy to offer nitrous oxide in Charlotte, North Carolina, to ensure that every visit is a relaxing one.

Relax – You’re in Good Hands

When you visit Gorelik Dentistry, you can rest assured that we do all we can care for you. We carefully monitor your safety while you are here, and we are happy to adjust your nitrous oxide sedation level to enhance your comfort. Our dentist and team offer biocompatible, holistic solutions to dental care that help to improve your oral health while enhancing your overall wellbeing.

For the health of our patients, we provide nitrous oxide with vitamin B12.  Vitamin B12 plays a key role in maintaining the normal function of the brain and nervous system, and the formation of red blood cells.  When you receive a nitrous oxide treatment, your vitamin B12 levels diminish due to the demands the anesthetic makes of your body.  Depleted levels of vitamin B12 can have a number of negative effects, including forgetfulness, muscle pain, numbness and tingling in the limbs, chronic fatigue, symptoms of fibromyalgia, lesions on the spine, and (in extreme cases) death.  These symptoms can occur immediately following your treatment, but more often occur gradually over a period of weeks or months.  By providing your nitrous oxide with vitamin B12, our dentist helps you avoid these and other problems and continue to enjoy good overall health.  For more information, please contact our office.

We invite you to contact us today to learn more about the benefits of nitrous oxide sedation and to set up your next appointment with us. We are eager to give you the personalized level of care you deserve!