Our team has extensive in anesthesiology training within hospital and clinical settings. We have a range of options available for children and adults to ease anxiety and make them comfortable during dental procedures.

Woman getting oral sedation.

Why Should You Consider Anesthesia?


e understand oral surgery can cause anxiety and don’t want this fear to keep you from making important health decisions. Our anesthesia options will keep you relaxed. Furthermore, many patients report having no memory of the procedure afterward. If you have an invasive dental surgery coming up, ask us if sedation is right for you!

Types of Sedation

To give you the best care possible, we offer three forms of sedation at our practice:

Light sedation is the mildest form. It will make you feel at ease during your treatment, and you’ll be drowsy but conscious. We recommend light sedation for patients with mild anxiety about oral surgery.

Moderate sedation is a great option for patients undergoing more complicated dental work. You’ll feel relaxed after taking it and may even fall asleep. Patients who take moderate sedation may have little to no memory of the surgery.

Deep sedation is available for patients with moderate to severe anxiety or those undergoing laser surgery. We will administer the medication before beginning the procedure, and you will be completely asleep. You should have no memory of the treatment after taking deep sedation.

What are the Benefits?

Sedation dentistry can benefit patients in several ways, including:

  • Relief from anxiety
  • Relief from pain
  • Faster treatment
  • Quick recovery time

Feel at Ease During Your Dentist Appointment with Anesthesia!

Anesthesia at Aspire OMS will help you feel calm in the dentist’s chair, allowing you to get through your appointment with ease. Please contact our office today to find out which option is best for you!

Why an oral surgeon vs. dentist?

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons receive specialized training to treat a variety of conditions affecting the head, neck, face, mouth, and jaws. Although a general dentist may perform simple tooth extractions -- more complex surgeries, such as removing wisdom teeth, are what we are specifically trained to do. Plus, we have advanced equipment to make procedures more affordable, and significantly more comfortable, for you to have the best overall experience.


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