Sedation Dentistry in Southlake, TX

Sedation Dentistry to Relieve Anxiety In Southlake

At Huckabee Dental, we are committed to making sure you get the high quality sedation dentistry care you need in a comfortable and gentle environment.

Quality dental care should not hurt, which is why we provide sedation dentistry treatment our patients can trust. You can relax during your visit as Dr. Huckabee and his team always use the latest treatment techniques to ensure your peace of mind.

Laughing Gas

Unfortunately, dental anxiety can keep many patients from visiting the dentist for checkups and much-needed dental work. If dental appointments make you anxious, our doctors at Huckabee Dental can administer laughing gas to help you feel more at ease during your visit.

At our Southlake dental practice, laughing gas is administered using a mask, allowing you to feel more at ease within minutes. If you are feeling anxious about an upcoming visit, ask about laughing gas. Most of our patients are good candidates for this treatment, including children.

IV Sedation

IV Sedation dentistry is a safe way to eliminate the fear and anxiety many patients feel during dental procedures. At Huckabee Dental, IV Sedation dentistry is often our preferred method of sedation.

With IV sedation dentistry, the doses of sedation are controlled so you get just the right amount of medication, keeping you comfortable during any dental procedure. Dr. Huckabee is certified and licensed for IV sedation, so there’s no need for our Southlake dental practice to refer you out to a specialist.

Comfortable Care for Nervous Patients

Still nervous about visiting the dentist? Don't be! Call Huckabee Dental today to schedule your checkup or new patient appointment. Our caring team and sedation techniques can soothe even the most anxious of patients.

If you’re looking for a pediatric dentist to see your child, look no further than Huckabee Dental. We want to be your children’s dentist as they grow in Southlake, TX.

COVID-19 and Huckabee Dental

We are still seeing patients

We are taking all the necessary precautions recommended by the CDC and local health agencies in the DFW Area. In a small controlled environment such as our offices it is easy to quickly and swiftly implement new emerging protocols as those recommendations become available. We will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves.


Check-in options

As normal at our front desk. Or, Wait in your car

When you arrive call 817-329-4746 to inform us you’re in the parking lot.  We will text you when your room is available. You will then simply walk in and we’ll show you to your treatment room.


No-Fee Rescheduling

There will be no fee for rescheduling or canceling an appointment.  However, let us know as soon as possible so we can staff the office appropriately.  We do request that any patients with symptoms associated with COVID 19 (fever, cough, difficulty breathing, etc) or been in close contact recently with anyone with these symptoms please notify us so that we can reschedule your appointment. For those patients who fall into a higher risk category (elderly or pre-existing conditions) for severe responses to COVID-19 who would like to reschedule their appointment, we please ask that you notify our office as soon as you have made this decision.


Social Distancing and other measures

We are temperature testing all staff twice daily for fever.  We also temperature test all patients. Anyone with a temperature above 100 will be sent home.
In this rapidly evolving situation we will continue to closely monitor guidelines and make changes to our current response as needed.  Non-clinical areas have increased disinfecting measures put in place At Cross Timbers Dental the health and well-being of our patients and team member has always been of upmost important. We understand the concerns and uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are committed to being responsive to the needs of our community as the situation evolves and more information is provided.

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