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Providing Comfort & Relaxation for All
Dental Patients

Our goal at NEDA is to facilitate the needed dental procedure to be performed in an office setting safely, and comfortably regardless of the reason for sedation. Many adults elect to have sedation in the dental office for convenience, due to complex treatment, medical history concerns, or they simply have a phobia. No matter the reason, the professionals at NEDA are here to help.

Anesthesia for Dental Procedures

General denTistry • periOdontal surgery • endodontic surgery • Oral Surgery • Pediatric Dentistry

With NEDA you will receive individually customized care that is based on your medical history and treatment plan.

  • Cleanings

  • Fillings

  • Root Canals

  • Implants

  • Extractions

  • Crowns

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What to Expect

Your dentist has suggested this option to help ease any stress you may experience when visiting the dentist, thus making your visit comfortable and relaxing. We will contact to you go over our sedation procedures and answer any questions you may have, and then schedule an appointment through your dentist’s office. On the day of your scheduled appointment one of our dentist anesthesiologists will meet you at your dental provider’s office.

Pre-Operative Evaluation

Before your scheduled appointment, we will have you fill out a medical questionnaire in regards to your medical history, what your current medications are, surgical and anesthesia history, any known allergies, and additional health questions that may have an effect on your anesthetic care. On the day of your appointment, our anesthesiologist will conduct an assessment of your airway, physical exam, and a complete pre-anesthetic assessment.

Innovative Monitoring

NEDA’s anesthesiologists will continuously monitor your vital signs during the dental procedure, as well as through recovery, with our innovative monitor equipment that is in accordance with the American Society of Anesthesiology (ASA) guidelines. There will also be emergency medical equipment equivalent to what is carried by EMS provided during every sedation procedure.

Monitoring equipment includes:

  • NIBP (non-invasive blood pressure)
  • Pulse oximeter (oxygen saturation of blood)
  • EKG (heart rate and rhythm)
  • Respiratory rate
  • Temperature
  • Capnography

Customized Anesthetic Plan

You will receive a customized anesthetic plan that is based on the information attained by the anesthesiologist during the physical exam and from your medical history form. Your anesthetic plan will outline what medications will be selected for safety and comfort – this customization allows us to tailor the sedation to your specific needs.

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Pediatric Dental Patients

Does your child have a fear of the dentist? Do they begin to cry whey they sit in the dentist chair? Then sedation may help ease their anxiety and fear of the experience. 

A negative experience could cause a lifelong fear of visiting the dentist, and result in the negligence of routine cleanings and examinations to ensure proper dental health is maintained. Sedation in the office will safely diminish any fear and anxiety the child may feel, and help make the dentist a more enjoyable experience for all parties involved.