Anesthesiology Services

  • ​​IV sedation involves starting an intravenous catheter in your hand or arm

  • Anesthesia medications are administered IV to achieve the desired level of sedation

  • The level of sedation is usually classified as deep. Under deep sedation, you will be asleep and will not have recall during the procedure

  • Your blood pressure, heart rate, heart rhythm, oxygen saturation, end-tidal Co2, respiratory rate, temperature, and level of consciousness will be monitored continuously throughout the procedure

  • Additional oxygen may be administered via nasal cannula

  • Vigilant coordination and communication will occur between the CRNA, dentist, and staff to provide the highest quality of care for you

​                    Why Choose IV Sedation?

  • Increase patient comfort

  • Increase patient satisfaction

  • Increase patient safety

  • Complete multiple treatments during a single procedure

  • Cost effective

​                 What is IV Sedation?

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  • The same standard of anesthesia care set for hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers also applies to dental office settings

  • IV sedation allows you to recover quickly and resume normal daily activities in a short period of time

  • IV Sedation enables the dentist to give their undivided attention to the procedure while a CRNA cares for you before, during, and after the procedure

​                   Is IV Sedation Safe?