Anesthesia for Dentistry
Patient safety is our #1 priority. That’s why we offer outpatient general anesthesia or sedation in a dental surgery center built specifically for such treatments.
Restorative Dentistry not only stops the progression of cavities, but it also fixes dental defects with fillings and crowns, and leaves your child with better oral health.
Dental surgery such as an extraction is necessary when a tooth is severely damaged. This procedure is often paired with our general anesthesia care.
Dental cleanings every 6 months help ensure the removal of dental plaque. We also offer sealants and fluoride treatments to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.
Dental radiographs or x-rays reveal unseen cavities and ensure proper teeth and jaw development. But don’t worry, the radiation exposure is less than what your child would get during a plane ride.
Whether it’s your child’s first visit or a routine one, dental checkups are essential for healthy teeth and prevention of dental diseases.