Can i eat before laughing gas?

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We generally recommend that you avoid eating a large meal 2-3 hours prior to the treatment and use the washroom before your appointment. The less you talk or breathe through your mouth the faster and more efficiently the Nitrous Oxide gas works. The best part of Nitrous Oxide Sedation at our office is that it is FREE.

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Can you eat or drink before having laughing gas? Nitrous oxide requires no special dietary restrictions other than those prescribed for local anesthesia. Intravenous (IV) Anesthesia makes you less aware of your surroundings and many patients don’t recall the surgery afterwards. IV anesthesia must be administered on an empty stomach.

Your dentist will give you instructions prior to your appointment about how to prepare for your procedure with laughing gas. In most instances, your dentist will suggest eating a light meal earlier in the day to reduce the risk for nausea and vomiting. [ 5]

To prepare your body for nitrous oxide, eat light meals before you receive the gas. This can prevent nausea and vomiting. Also, avoid heavy meals for at least three hours after receiving the gas....

Can I eat before laughing gas? We recommend you to not eat for at least a few hours before the procedure to avoid nausea. After receiving the sedation, there won’t be any dietary restrictions so you can eat as soon as you feel able.

If your appointment is scheduled after 2:00 PM you are permitted to eat a light breakfast no later than 6:00 AM. Please remove all oral and facial jewelry, piercing etc. prior to your appointment. Wear loose clothing, a tee shirt or dress in layers during the winter months, no rompers. Do not wear contact lenses to your appointment.

Besides laughing gas, all the other types of sedation require you to take special time for recovery. Rest and start eating appropriate foods as soon as you are able to. Also, it is very important to hydrate after being sedated.

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