Happy gas is also known as nitrous oxide sedation or inhalation
A technique that's known as relative analgesia gives a temporary feeling of extreme relaxation and is
very helpful to the nervous patient.
Minute quantities of nitrous oxide, in combination with oxygen, are
breathed in through a tiny mask placed over your nose.
You are conscious during treatment and 15 minutes after, can resume
Happy Gas is generally well accepted by children - they relax quickly and experience better analgesia.
Oxide Sedation Can Cause:
When Happy Gas can't be used
Some possible reasons Happy Gas may not be used are:
A small number of patients may find Happy Gas ineffective or unpleasant.
Dr Wardini will advise when happy gas cannot be used.