Anesthesia Connections Dental partners with surgeons to offer individualized and affordable anesthetic services and care. And best of all, we offer these services in the comfort and convenience of your facility. For dentists, dental specialists, and oral surgeons, our office-based anesthesia can help ease scheduling difficulties, lower costs, and ensure safety.
We invite you to reach out to learn more today. Find out how to partner with Anesthesia Connections Dental by talking to a member of our team today at 844.904.4742.
Anesthesia for Dental Procedures
Dental providers rely on us to deliver sedation for various procedures. For some procedures, a local anesthetic is all that’s needed to numb the gums around a specific tooth. In other situations, general anesthesia is necessary to ensure that the patient is comfortable during the process. Some of the procedures that Anesthesia Connections Dental can provide anesthesia for include the following:
- Full mouth extraction, including wisdom teeth
- Composite filling
- Root canal
- Cracked teeth
- Restorative work
Anesthesia Connections Dental can provide sedation for adults, children, and those with special needs. The comfort and safety of our patients is our highest priority.
Why We Offer Office-Based Anesthesia
At Anesthesia Connections Dental, we understand that dental procedures can be anxiety-inducing. For dentists and oral surgeons, being able to offer a wide variety of in-office anesthesia options can help your patients feel more comfortable. Your practice is likely a more familiar and convenient location than a local hospital, and you’ll be able to schedule procedures when they work best for you and your patients.
The levels of sedation we offer include:
- Mild sedation – Patients’ anxieties are relieved, but they are still totally conscious and able to respond throughout the procedure
- Moderate sedation – This takes patients to a much more relaxed state, although they are still conscious and able to respond. However, they will not remember much of the experience
- Deep sedation or general anesthesia (GA) – When we administer deep sedation/GA, the patient will go into a deep sleep and be unconscious for the entire time
Our sedation services are provided by experienced physician anesthesiologists. These medical professionals are trained in keeping airways clear, emergency management, and in helping patients remain comfortable and free of pain at all stages of the procedure. They work closely with the staff of the dental practice or oral surgeon’s office to understand the procedure and the patient’s unique needs. Using Anesthesia Connections Dental at your practice allows you to focus on the procedure at hand.