ANESTHESIA: SAFETY AND COMFORT IN OUR OFFICE
Anxiety is often experienced before any surgery, especially when it's an oral or maxillofacial procedure. We all wonder what will happen during the operation and how we'll manage pain afterwards; thankfully there are many options for comfort today thanks to advances in training & technology! The type chosen depends on both health history/preferences as well as type of procedure being done-but no matter which anesthesia method you select at Northern Premier Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery , your experience should be safe.
Safe and effective when administered by a skilled surgeon, these methods provide you with peace of mind that your procedure will be pain free. Afterward we can prescribe medications to manage any post-operative discomfort so it doesn't interfere with how well things go during recovery!
The types of anesthesia that may be used in our office include local, gas or inhalational agents and intravenous sedation. Local anesthetics act to numb the affected areas during your procedure while also leaving you feeling calm for some time afterwards; intravenouses techniques leave breathing safely intact but can make someone forgetful about what happened throughout their surgery-inhalations will put them under (or conscious) so they don't remember anything!
The doctors of Northern Premier Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery are trained in the safest, most effective and reliable anesthetic techniques. They undergo extensive training to learn basic principles as well how handle complications or maintain maximum safety for their patients who might require surgery without general anesthesia which is only done by specialists like Dr Davis due his advanced knowledge about it that he continues perfecting through continuing education so stay on top whatever comes up next!
At Northern Premier Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery you are in good hands. You can ask questions without feeling embarrassed about what you don’t know! Dr. Davis will answer all of them and make sure that everything goes smoothly for both surgery AND recovery, so there's no need to worry or hesitate when communicating with him during this process