Anesthesia Options

Licensed and Trained to Administer All Forms of Sedation

Worry-Free, Calming Sedation Dentistry

For many of our patients undergoing a more complex oral surgery or periodontal procedure, general anesthesia or IV sedation is recommended. We know that receiving dental care can cause trepidation in some patients, so we offer calming sedation to help make your experiences with us as comfortable and painless as possible.

Dr. Reza Bolourian is a board-certified surgeon and medical doctor and has completed a 7-year hospital-based medical residency program, where he received the most extensive and highest attainable level of hands-on training in anesthesiology. He is licensed and trained to evaluate patients, deliver the appropriate levels of anesthetic, monitor its administration during surgery, and provide adequate follow-up care. This is all accomplished in our state-of-the-art office, which is equipped with a surgical suite equivalent to a hospital surgical facility. Dr. Bolourian is fully qualified to provide sedation and he will lead all aspects of your care in our office, including your initial consultation, treatment planning, surgery, and recovery.

Our Sedation Dentistry Options

Much of our care deals with complex surgery or traumatic injury care that require higher levels of sedation during procedures. However, some patients may not need comprehensive care and are simply unable to undergo treatment due to the severity of their dental phobia. Our team takes dental anxiety seriously and prioritizes creating an atmosphere of safety and comfort in our office, while providing education on your condition and walking you through every step of your treatment.

Anesthesia FAQ

Click on a questions below to expand some common questions our patients ask at consultation visits prior to Dental Surgery, Oral Surgery or Periodontal procedures

Where is my surgery performed?

How safe is it to have anesthesia as an out-patient?

What are the doctor's qualifications to administer deep sedation and general anesthesia?

What Preoperative measures does your office take prior to surgery to ensure safety for patients undergoing IV sedation and general anesthesia?

What if I choose not to have general anesthesia? Are there other options?

The Benefits of Sedation Dentistry

Image of a doctor administering anesthesiaSedation dentistry can successfully help your dental experiences be more comfortable and relaxing. Along with helping to create feelings of calmness, sedation can allow us to perform multiple procedures at once and provide complex treatment for a stress-free and convenient treatment process. Dr. Reza Bolourian is specially trained and certified to administer IV sedation for his patients. Along with providing surgical, facial plastic surgery  and periodontal care, we can help you feel safe and relaxed no matter how simple or complex your treatment is.