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Are you or your loved ones avoiding dental procedures because of fear and anxiety?
We transform your dental visit into a dream
Relax or sleep through your entire dental procedure:
no stress, no pain
We bring our hospital-grade mobile anesthesia system to your dentist's office
Customized anesthetic plan tailored to your individual needs
The simplified process
Whether you are a provider or a patient, feel free to contact us anytime!
Tell us your story
We would love to learn everything about you. Your favorite food, music, and let's not forget the medical history
This is time to review, come up with a game plan, and answer all questions you might have
You made it! We will meet you at your dentist's office with our anesthesia equipment
Meet our dentist anesthesiologist
A dentist anesthesiologist is a dentist who has completed an accredited postdoctoral anesthesiology residency program, and provides a various range anesthetic care for patients undergoing dental treatment.
Dr. Woo believes that anesthesia is an essential component in dentistry that allows people to receive dental care they would not be able to do otherwise.
We are excited to provide quality IV sedation and general anesthesia services in New York City.
Board Certified Dentist Anesthesiologist
Diplomate, American Board of Dental Anesthesiology
Assistant Clinical Professor of Dental Medicine
Columbia University College of Dental Medicine
anesthesia for you?
Between 9% to 15% Americans say they avoid going to the dentist because of anxiety or fear
Some kids are just too young to sit through a complex or lengthy procedure
Some patients have a severe gag reflex that makes it difficult to receive dental treatment
Anesthesia can reduce the number of dental visits to complete your treatment.
Dentistry can be challenging for individuals with cognitive impairment or motor dysfunction
Includes TMJ disorder, anxiety, hypersensitivity and many more.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“Thank you so much for guiding me through a procedure I truly dreaded. I was frozen on a path of fear and you released me”
— Nancy B
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