Relaxation Dental Care in Lakewood, Colorado

Nitrous oxide

Often called “laughing gas,” nitrous oxide is available for those that need a little additional relaxation.

Time to listen to your concerns - you are our priority, every step of the way. Your questions and concerns are valid, no matter what they are. You will be listened to!

No judgment

Whether it’s been two years or twenty since you’ve been to the dentist, our primary goal is to help you feel comfortable seeking the care you deserve. Want to learn more about judgment-free dentistry? Read this article:

As our patient, you are in charge.

Noise canceling headphones or ear plugs - because, well, noise! Light blocking glasses - we don’t want you leaving seeing spots! Watch Netflix or TV on your phone - Netflix and chill, even at the dentist

Frequently Asked Questions

What is relaxation dentistry?

Relaxation dentistry, also known as sedation dentistry, involves the use of medication to help patients feel more relaxed and comfortable during dental procedures. At Fox Point Dental, we can use a mild sedation (nitrous oxide) upon request.

Is relaxation dentistry safe?

When administered by a qualified dental professional, relaxation dentistry is generally considered safe. However, as with any medical procedure, there are potential risks and side effects, such as allergic reactions, respiratory depression, and cardiovascular problems. It's important to discuss your medical history and any medications you're taking with us beforehand.

Who is a good candidate for relaxation dentistry?

Relaxation dentistry may be appropriate for people who experience dental anxiety or fear, have a low pain threshold, have a sensitive gag reflex, require extensive dental work, or have a physical or cognitive disability that makes it difficult to sit still or cooperate during a procedure. We'll help you figure out if it's right for you.

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Dental cleanings (prophylaxis)

Normally recommended every six months, This professional service reinforces the home-care oral health regimen of brushing and flossing and gives our team an opportunity to locate areas in the mouth that may need special attention.

Oral cancer screening

We look for signs of cancer or precancerous conditions in your mouth. The goal of oral cancer screening is to identify mouth cancer early, when there is a greater chance for a cure.

Digital cavity detecting radiology

Low radiation option to look for areas of decay or pre-decay in between your teeth.


Tooth colored, mercury-free material is used to repair areas where tooth decay or wear have caused cavities.

Fluoride strengthening treatments

Naturally occuring fluoride can be used to strengthen tooth enamel and prevent weakened areas from turning to cavities.  Sometimes it can even reverse cavities!

Periodontal treatments

Periodontal disease is bad for your entire health!  Treating it every three to four months can help with chronic health issues.


Protective tooth colored layer over deep grooves can help to prevent cavities when teeth first erupt in the mouth by sealing out plaque and bacteria.

Tooth extractions

Gentle removal of a tooth that cannot be samed, a tooth extraction can get you out of pain or prevent infection.

Tongue-tie procedures

A tongue-tie can impact feeding, speaking, sleeping, chronic pain, and a whole host of other issues!