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Oral Surgery: When is general anesthesia recommended?

Anesthesia of various types is useful in all kinds of medical and dental settings. Anesthetizing patients is done so that people can receive invasive treatment comfortably and so that an oral surgeon or other type of medical professional can perform necessary treatment without obstruction and difficulty. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons (OMS) provide many types of […]

FAQs Regarding Anesthesia for Oral Surgery

When it comes to many oral and maxillofacial surgery procedures, anesthesia is sometimes necessary. We offer many treatments from our practice that help restore oral function, correct abnormalities, and reconstruct damaged hard and soft tissues. Our oral surgeon administers anesthesia (or IV sedation) to promote a patient’s level of comfort and improve the precision of […]

Is general anesthesia an option for my oral surgery procedure?

Do you have an upcoming oral surgery? If so, you probably have a few questions about what to expect. Some patients wonder about how they will feel during surgery – especially if anesthetic or sedative medication is used to ensure comfort and relaxation. As with any other type of medical specialty, medication is used to […]