Intravenous conscious sedation is the ideal solution for dealing with fear of intervention. It is performed in an environment of great safety and the patient will be able to respond to verbal and physical stimuli with a minimum level of awareness, as it is not a general anesthesia. Intravenous sedation is ideal for children and patients with trauma or phobias.
Inhalation sedation is a technique by which the patient breathes a mixture of nitrous oxide that quickly produces a pleasant sensation of relaxation. The goal is to control fear and anxiety during treatment and the patient remains conscious at all times. Those who are treated with this technique present general sensation of relaxation and well-being, maintaining at all times the consciousness and control of themselves.