We Offer Dental Care You’ll Look Forward To


Visiting the dentist or periodontist is likely not what you’d prefer to be planning right now. But when you have a dental issue that is harming your health, or even just your aesthetics, receiving the care you need is critical to your overall wellbeing. Whether a simple periodontal maintenance visit or a complex dental implant surgery, at Firewheel Dental Implants and Periodontics, we have the tools and techniques to make you comfortable and confident in your care.

As soon as you enter our practice, our team will greet you with a calming and friendly atmosphere. Our periodontists have received specialized training in not only understanding your oral and overall health, but offering the most minimally invasive treatments available today including the Pinhole® Surgical Technique. We also provide treatment that truly ensures your comfort. We offer sedation dentistry in Garland, TX that can be tailored to any treatment plan and any level of anxiety. You shouldn’t dread or avoid the care you need. See a trusted team that not only offers the atmosphere you want, but the treatments you need, and a visit you’ll actually enjoy!

Sedation Dentistry - Firewheel Dental Implants and Perio

Benefits of Sedation Dentistry:

  • Relaxing, calming visits
  • Ability to group multiple treatments together
  • Improved oral health
  • No memory of your visit

Our Select Sedation Treatments


IV Sedation

IV conscious sedation is administered intravenously by our certified clinician. This solution is often used for those with advanced dental anxiety or for complex treatment plans. Why? Because you can practically fall asleep during your treatment. When you awake you won’t even remember your treatment at all!

Oral Sedation

Before your visit, we’ll prescribe a medication that comes in pill form. The effects of this treatment will be customized to you and your anxiety level. After taking it orally, usually before you arrive, your procedure will be relaxing and pain-free.

Nitrous Oxide

Have you heard of “laughing gas?” The clinical term for it is nitrous oxide. Administered through a nose mask, you’ll inhale this medication and stay relaxed throughout your treatment. Once the mask is removed, you’ll feel like yourself again and can even drive yourself home.

Woman Smiling from Dental Crown Lengthening

See how it feels to look forward to your next dental visit.