Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get started?

The bottom line is we make offering IV Sedation Services to your patients effortless. All you need to do is reach out to us to get started!

What type of personnel do I need to staff my office?

Any personnel required to complete the procedure as typically carried out. No additional staff are required in order to have anesthesia performed.

What supplies and equipment does my office need?

We bring all equipment, drugs, supplies and personnel required for us to safely administer in-office anesthesia.

To maintain my Sedation and Anesthesia Facility Certificate, is my office required to permanently keep all the necessary supplies and equipment on site?

No, as above, we bring all necessary equipment for every anesthetic. This ensures adherence to state and federal guidelines.

Can you come in for cases without notice?

Your office may contact us to inquire about availability as needed.

What limits do you put on patients regarding health status?

We follow and adhere to all governing organizational guidelines and policies from the AANA, ASA and state and federal entities as applicable. In general, patients must be an ASA III or lower, have no severe acute or chronic comorbidities that could be jeopardized by anesthesia. Additionally, a BMI of less than 40 is required.

Do you provide IV sedation for children?

In most cases, no. Children need to undergo IV sedation or general anesthesia in a facility equipped for caring for children. IF your child is old enough (greater than 15 years old) and healthy, it may be considered on a case by case basis.

What happens if an adverse anesthetic related event occurs at my office?

In the highly unlikely event an adverse anesthetic reaction should occur our highly skilled anesthetists will be there to handle any and all such care. We have plans and policies in place to transfer care to a higher echelon if needed.

About Our Services

IV Conscious Sedation

Conscious IV Sedation is effective intravenous sedation that relieves patients of disabling fear and anxiety. Conscious IV sedation may provide feelings of euphoria along with frequent periods of sleep. Most patients do not remember the dental procedure, but some do remember part or all of their dental procedure. There is less risk for complications of Conscious IV Sedation compared to Deep IV Sedation and General Anesthesia.

General Anesthesia

General anesthesia is a state of controlled unconsciousness. Before the dental procedure, it is used to send you to sleep, so you’re unaware and do not move or feel discomfort while it’s carried out.

Get Up and Running

We will work with you on getting your practice anesthesia ready. Learn more here or contact us to get started.

G2 Advantage

We can enhance your practice IV Sedation without you having to worry about the mountains of extra credentialing you would have to do on your own. Contact us to get started.