Can your office use the services of a dentist anesthesiologist? If you would like to increase services to more patients with phobia and disabilities, absolutely. If a patient has a large treatment plan requiring several hours of work and would like to have it all done in one appointment, absolutely!

Dr. Brian Huang will help your patients feel as comfortable as possible in your office. He will bring all necessary equipment for the anesthesia. Monitoring equipment includes, but is not limited to: ECG, pulse oximetry, precordial stethoscope, noninvasive blood pressure monitor and CO2 detectors. The dentist anesthesiologist is also fully equipped and trained to handle full-codes, including all the advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) and pediatric advanced life support (PALS) protocols. If you have any questions about what your office needs for anesthesia, please don't hesitate to call Dr. Huang to discuss your needs.

Please call in advance to coordinate appointment times with patients. A fax of the patient's contact information and short medical history is appreciated a week in advance. Dr. Huang will call the patient a couple of days in advance of the appointment to discuss the anesthesia. If you have a question about the patient's ability to receive anesthesia due to his/her medical history, please call at least a week in advance to discuss the plan and prerequisites.

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