The surgeons and staff at New England Oral Surgery Associates have extensive training and experience with children of all ages. Each surgeon is board certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. A primary focus of our practice is the surgical and anesthesia care of pediatric and adolescent patients.
The ability to provide our patients with safe, effective outpatient, office-based anesthesia has distinguished the specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery for decades. Our practice offers the most modern choices for anesthesia in a comfortable, safe environment. Our specialists use a team based approach for all anesthetic cases. We lead the surgical community in treatment of pediatric patients. Our pediatric anesthesia model (12 years of age or younger) utilizes a two expert provider model. This is a team-based approach whereby two experienced doctors care for your child, while under anesthesia.
Our practice provides safe and comfortable care to our youngest patients in a modern facility. We understand the anxiety that both our pediatric patients and parents experience. Our surgeons have extensive training and experience with pediatric anesthesia and surgery. Our practice is a leader in pediatric oral surgery and anesthesia. A team focused, specific office-based anesthesia protocol is utilized for our pediatric patients. All of our surgeons are PALS (pediatric advanced life support) trained and certified and are very active with continued education in pediatric anesthesia. Patient safety and comfort are our top priorities.
Our office routinely provides same day/emergency evaluation and treatment of children.
Our team provides treatment to very young children daily. Many of our youngest patients travel a great distance to receive specialized care by our doctors. Our practice performs hundreds of pediatric procedures under general anesthesia cases each year.
For our pediatric and adolescent patients (many with special needs), our surgeons are able to provide modern outpatient anesthesia. Children have needs that are very unique. Many of our youngest patients do require a general anesthetic (“go to sleep”) which allows a procedure (e.g extraction of teeth) to be accomplished very quickly and comfortably. We often use a “Mask only” type of general anesthesia, avoiding the stress of needles. This involves a sweet-smelling gas for the induction of general anesthesia. Parents are generally present during the initial administration of the anesthetic. This technique by which we administer anesthesia for children is similar to that provided in any hospital operating room. Our surgical office safety procedures emulate those found in modern operating rooms. Our experienced anesthesia team ensures the comfort and safety of your child.
The anesthesia option that meets your child’s needs will be discussed in detail during the consultation visit.
Please be sure to ask questions.
We are committed to comfort and safety.