General Anesthesia - The Oral Surgery Group

Anesthesia Options for All Your Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Needs

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Advanced Anesthesia for Dental Anxiety

Oral and maxillofacial surgery can range from routine procedures like tooth extractions to complex medical procedures such as jaw surgery. Often, anesthesia is necessary for patients when undergoing surgery in order to prevent feelings of pain or discomfort and to allow patients to relax, preventing dental anxiety. At Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Associates, we offer both basic and advanced forms of anesthesia depending on your needs. Our oral surgeons are trained and certified to provide IV sedation and general anesthesia and we have a team of registered nurses and a nurse practitioner on-staff to help monitor you during your procedure. Offering anesthesia allows our doctors to give you the treatments you need without the fear or pain most patients associate with surgery.

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Dr. Butler Explains the Benefits of IV Sedation & General Anesthesia in Dentistry

Our Team is Committed to You

Our practice offers a variety of anesthesia options depending on your needs to help you get through your treatments. With registered nurses and a nurse practitioner on-staff, our team can give you extra attention and ensure your overall safety. Our practice offers a variety of anesthesia options depending on your needs to help you get through your treatments. With registered nurses and a nurse practitioner on-staff, our team can give you extra attention and ensure your overall safety. Our anesthesia options include:

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IV Sedation

IV Sedation

IV sedation puts you into a deeply relaxed state while you receive your care and you likely won’t remember your care.
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General Anesthesia

General Anesthesia

Similar to IV sedation, general anesthesia is a deeper and heavier level of anesthesia. You may need a breathing tube during your care.
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Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous Oxide

Often called “laughing gas,” this anesthesia is administered via a mask worn and is quick to take effect.
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Local Anesthetic

Local Anesthetic

Administered via injection at the location of treatment, local anesthetic blocks sensations of discomfort.
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In-Office and Hospital Based Anesthesia

Anesthesia is commonly used for oral and maxillofacial surgeries due to the complex and sensitive nature of the treatments we provide. Those who have been in accidents or have serious medical concerns often require advanced IV sedation or general anesthesia to receive the care they need. Our team has the experience to provide anesthesia for all patients ranging from young adults or teens for wisdom teeth extraction and even older patients interested in replacing all their teeth with full arch dental implants. Many times, those in need of facial trauma care or jaw surgery will receive their anesthesia while in the hospital, but our state-of-the-art offices provide similar levels of care.

Get the care you need without the fear or pain.

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