We have the ability to regenerate bone when needed. Socket preservation can repair sites with inadequate bone structure and allows more patients to become implant candidates.
Intravenous anesthesia, administered by and in the offices of oral surgeons and their anesthesia teams, have been an integral part of the oral surgery practice for more than 50 years. The record of safety with this form of outpatient anesthesia is exemplary. It is a safe, efficient, and cost-effective form of ambulatory surgical and anesthesia care when it is given under the care of a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon who have completed an accredited OMS residency program with formal training in anesthesiology. Techniques developed by oral surgeons in the United States serve as a guide for anesthesia practice throughout the world.
Dr. Akin has used an ultra light intravenous (IV) anesthesia technique thousands of times while providing oral surgical care. This technique allows for exceptional patient comfort, recovery time and outcomes.