There are numerous reasons for choosing to utilize the services of an anesthesiologist to assist with the restoration of your oral health. You may have been thinking how you would prefer to not be fully awake during the proposed dental or surgical services. Alternatively, you may have been informed by your dentist, dental specialist, or surgeon that it is preferable to have the proposed treatment asleep for a number of reasons. These may include: individual anxiety or nervousness that either you or your dentist has identified, prior experiences you have had that you wish not to repeat, even specific smells, tastes or sounds associated with dental treatment. It is important to reflect on why this occurred in the past to help prevent future repetition, but we are here to help you accomplish your oral health goals, rather than be impeded by them.
There are other important indications for the use of anesthesia services including:
lengthy proposed procedures
anticipated surgical discomfort
prior unpleasant reactions to local anesthetics
medical conditions that require monitoring during surgical or stressful events.
Thus, if you wish to:
Avoid postponing or neglecting your dental health and restore a beautiful smile,
Eliminate unpleasant experiences during dental treatment with little or no memory of the treatment,
Minimize the number of treatment visits,
All without any painful experience,
Please accept our offer to assist you, guide you, and work with you to accomplish your dental/oral health goals. One of the most important issues we repeatedly address is identifying and associating our practice with the practices of other highly qualified dentists, dental specialists and surgeons. As patients, we expect our dental clinicians, as with all medical specialists, to be well trained, experienced, possessing excellent communication skills and resourceful. Dr. Boorin has worked with many general dentists, dental specialists, and surgeons over several decades of practice and would be pleased to refer you to someone local to where you live or work. Upon an inquiry or request for services from a clinician with whom we have not previously worked we will evaluate a dentist’s office as suitable for anesthesia services. This is done fairly routinely and on a regular basis. We would be happy to discuss providing anesthesia services in the office of your dentist or specialist.
The first step towards a beautiful, healthy smile is to schedule an appointment. Please contact our office by phone or complete the appointment request form below. Our scheduling coordinator will contact you to confirm your appointment. If you are an existing patient, this contact form should not be utilized for communicating private health information.
P.O Box 107
Dix Hills, NY 11746
Tel: (631) 940-3690