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Anesthesia

Anesthesia

A child wonders what the first day of school will be like. Someone is about to start a new job. A young couple is about to be married.

Each of these situations is a classic anxiety producer. What they have in common is that each involves the unknown. And that's what anxiety is: the fear of a specific upcoming event that, in all likelihood, you've never before experienced.

The Less You Worry, the Easier it Will Be

An upcoming visit to an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon is another potential anxiety producer. In this case, the patient is typically most concerned about possible pain?whether the procedure is going to hurt.

The good news is that whether your procedure requires local or intravenous anesthesia, today's technology makes it possible to perform complex surgery in the oral and maxillofacial surgery office with little or no discomfort for the patient. Knowing this should start to reduce your level of anxiety.

All extractions are performed under anesthesia that is appropriate for the patient in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. We utilize state of the art monitoring equipment and anesthesia techniques:

  • Local anesthesia
  • Intravenous Sedation
  • State of the Art Monitoring Devices:
  • Continuous EKG Monitoring
  • Automatic Blood Pressure Device
  • Continuous Pulse Monitors
  • Continuous Oxygen Monitors