Salem Sedation Dentist

Your comfort comes first

Relax and Smile

At Pacific Crest Dental Group, we prioritize your comfort at every visit. Our compassionate Salem sedation dentists provide safe and effective sedation options to address dental anxiety.

We offer a friendly environment where advanced tech and compassionate care come together to make your dental visit enjoyable. Ready to get started? Call (503) 581-4615.

Your Comfort, Our Priority

Gentle sedation options that fit your needs.

Quick Recovery

Get back to your day quickly after treatment.

Stress-Free Visits

A calm setting that helps you relax.

Easier Dental Care

We make complex treatments simpler for you.

Sedation Dentistry at Pacific Crest Dental Group

  • NPain-Free Procedures: We use safe, gentle sedation for a pain-free experience.
  • NPersonalized Care: We offer Nitrous and Oral sedation to match your needs.
  • NModern Safe Care: We use the latest technology for effective and safe treatment.
  • NCaring Experts: Our team is here to make sure you feel no pain.
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Payment

How much does sedation dentistry cost?

Sedation dentistry costs can vary, but we’ll help you understand your insurance coverage and other ways to pay so you can afford your care.

Insurance & Financing

We accept many insurance plans, including Moda, Delta Dental, and others. You can also pay with cash, CareCredit, checks, or Proceed! We’ll explain all the payment options to you, including cash discounts.

Stories we love to share

A 5-star experience with Dr. James. He’s a great dentist, with a great balance of professionalism and a friendly attitude.

— Nathan R.

Great experience! I met with Dr. James for a crown, he took the time to explain the process and share their technology with me. I’m thrilled with the results!

— Rebecca J.

Very professional! Took me years to find a good dentist. I would recommend Pacific Crest Dental Group to anybody who is looking for expert and experienced dental care.

— David W.

Our Salem dental office

Get ready to enjoy an unparalleled dental experience. We look forward to caring for you!

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Monday & Tuesday: 7am-3pm
Wednesday: 9am-5pm
Thursday: 8am-4pm
Friday: By appointment only
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

We are excited to welcome you into our family

Call us at (503) 581-4615 or click below to begin your journey with us!

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have any other questions? We have the answers. Call us at (503) 581-4615.

What types of sedation do you offer?

We offer Nitrous and Oral sedation.

  • Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, helps you relax during treatment.
  • Oral sedation involves taking a prescribed pill before your appointment to ease anxiety.

Is sedation dentistry safe for everyone?

Sedation dentistry is safe for most patients. Our skilled Salem sedation dentists carefully assess your health history and current condition to choose the safest sedation option for you.

Who can benefit from sedation dentistry?

Sedation is helpful for anyone who experiences dental anxiety, has a low pain threshold, needs a large amount of dental work, or has a strong gag reflex. It makes the dental experience easier and more comfortable.

How do I prepare for a procedure involving sedation?

Preparation depends on the type of sedation. Generally, you may need to fast for a few hours before your appointment if you’re receiving oral sedation. We provide specific instructions based on your needs and the type of sedation used.

Will I feel any pain with sedation dentistry?

One of the primary benefits of sedation dentistry is the reduction of discomfort and pain. Our goal is to make sure you feel nothing during the procedure. You might feel groggy afterward, but there should be no pain!

How long does recovery from sedation usually take?

Recovery time varies depending on the type of sedation used. Nitrous oxide wears off quickly, often within minutes after the procedure ends. Oral sedation may require a longer recovery time, and you’ll need someone to drive you home.

Can I go back to work after receiving sedation dentistry?

After nitrous oxide, you may be able to go back to work as it wears off quickly. However, if you receive oral sedation, we recommend taking the day off as it can take several hours for the full effects to wear off.