We’re aware that most of our services induce high levels of anxiety and fear in our patients, and it’s normal if you feel concerned about undergoing surgery or even receiving anesthesia. We’re here to ensure our surgical expertise and skill in advanced anesthesia restore your functional health and facial aesthetics as safely and comfortably as possible. Our oral surgeons and nurse anesthetist hold advanced training and certification in anesthesia, and we provide all services in our state-of-the-art surgical facility in Amesbury, MA. With this level of excellence, we’re able to provide more complex surgical procedures and effectively treat pediatric patients, including those with special needs. In addition, we choose to be accredited through the AAAASF and adhere to strict regulations on safety and sanitation in our operating suites.”As a company, we feel it is imperative that our employees take an active role and interest in continuing education. Also, several of our employees are DAANCE certified. Additionally, we have employees that have privileges to work in the local hospitals where our doctors operate. (DAANCE: The Dental Anesthesia Assistant National Certification Examination)”. From our facility standards to our own certification and advanced training, we continue to raise the bar in patient safety to ensure your experience with us is pleasant and comfortable.
Pain free, stress free sedation options
Why Choose Our Team?
Skilled surgical care from experienced oral surgeons
Anesthesia administered by a certified nurse anesthetist
Personalized anesthesia monitored during surgery
Treatment in a safe, AAAASF-accredited facility
Our Advanced Anesthesia Services
Nitrous oxide, or “laughing gas,” helps mildly anxious patients relax during treatment. Nitrous is an odorless gas administered through the nose and puts you in a relaxed, euphoric state, though you’ll be fully awake. Once we remove the mask covering your nose, the effects will wear off immediately and you won’t experience any aftereffects.
IV conscious sedation is for patients with a moderate to severe level of anxiety. Administered intravenously, IV sedation helps you relax by inducing a “sleep” state and you’ll most likely not remember your procedure, though you are awake and responsive during the appointment. The effects of IV sedation will take a few hours to wear off.
General anesthesia is medically induced unconsciousness and is used for our more complex cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries. We have full capabilities in our AAAASF-accredited operating suites and have a certified nurse anesthetist on staff to monitor you during your surgery. Our advanced training ensures safe outpatient procedures.
Safe Anesthesia for Pediatric Patients
Because our team consists of trained oral surgeons and a certified nurse anesthetist, we’re able to take on cases involving pediatric patients, including children with special needs. While our surgeons focus on the treatment, our nurse anesthetist is here to provide the proper levels of anesthesia and monitor the patient during the entire procedure. For apprehensive parents, this provides the most ideal environment for a child to receive surgical care. If your child needs surgery, we invite you to meet our team and staff today.