Patient Information

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We Want Your Day to Be Stress-Free

We Want Your Day to Be Stress-Free

Above all else, we want everyone to feel safe and secure leading up to their appointment. If you have questions or concerns, our team will provide clarification to alleviate any confusion. Please review the Pre-Anesthesia checklist below for an overview of how to prepare.
Above all else, we want everyone to feel safe and secure leading up to their appointment. If you have questions or concerns, our team will provide clarification to alleviate any confusion. Please review the Pre-Anesthesia checklist below for an overview of how to prepare.

Pre-Anesthesia Checklist

A 5-Step Guide to Being Prepared

Take a moment to review the following information and be prepared for your appointment.

Who:

Schedule your preoperative appointment with your primary physician or pediatrician.

When:

Schedule at least one week prior to your dental appointment.

What to Request:

Inform your physician or pediatrician that you have been asked to schedule a preoperative for anesthesia by your dental anesthesiologist.

Where to Send:

Have your physician fax a copy of the exam report to (651) 756-7114.

Specialist Note:

If you or your child sees a medical specialist, we may need to receive clearance from the specialist to proceed with anesthesia.
A link to our online health information portal will be texted and emailed to you. This link may also be found on our website:
A nurse will contact you within 2 weeks of your scheduled dental appointment to review the following:

Night Before Prep

Day of Prep

Notes for Children

Payment in full for the anesthesia services is required the day of the appointment, prior to the commencement of anesthesia. We accept the following forms of payment:

Payment Notes

Pre-Anesthesia Checklist

A 5-Step Guide to Being Prepared

Take a moment to review the following information and be prepared for your appointment.

Who:

Schedule your preoperative appointment with your primary physician or pediatrician.

When:

Schedule at least one week prior to your dental appointment.

What to Request:

Inform your physician or pediatrician that you have been asked to schedule a preoperative for anesthesia by your dental anesthesiologist.

Where to Send:

Have your physician fax a copy of the exam report to (651) 756-7114.

Specialist Note:

If you or your child sees a medical specialist, we may need to receive clearance from the specialist to proceed with anesthesia.
A link to our online health information portal will be texted and emailed to you. This link may also be found on our website:
A nurse will contact you within 2 weeks of your scheduled dental appointment to review the following:

Night Before Prep

Day of Prep

Notes for Children

Payment in full for the anesthesia services is required the day of the appointment, prior to the commencement of anesthesia. We accept the following forms of payment:

Payment Notes

What to Expect  +

Your Safety is Our #1 Priority

We Go above & Beyond

The anesthesiologist will be monitoring you or your child 100% of the time. At NO time will you or your child be left alone or be under the care of untrained personnel. Our experience and ER training allows us to respond in any situation.

Our Equipment is Best-In-Class

We provide our own state-of-the-art hospital-grade equipment that is properly handled & maintained.