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Cloud Anesthesia is a comprehensive anesthesia service that specializes in mobile anesthesia for office-based practices.  

For selected surgical procedures, office based anesthesia has become increasingly desirable for both patients and providers.  Physicians that use office-based anesthesia for procedures instead of performing them in the hospital provide comfort, convenience, and a significant savings for their patients.  

My  mission is to provide anesthesia services that not only exceed nationally recognized standards of safety and care, but are also cost effective, highly personalized, and convenient for both patients and providers.

To ensure the best quality and provide the safest in-office anesthesia experience, I use state of the art anesthesia equipment and monitors. I also meet and exceed the quality metrics and safety standards that govern both hospital and ambulatory surgery center operating rooms. The anesthetic medications I utilize allow for a quick wake up and return to pre-surgery orientation.



Total Intravenous General Anesthesia

Total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA) is a type of general anesthesia that allows you to sleep through your dental procedures without any awareness or recall.  During general anesthesia, you are completely asleep and cannot be aroused.  A period of several hours feels like seconds, and you wake up feeling refreshed with minimal side effects.  I am beside you the entire time, monitoring you continuously, from the time you fall asleep until you are ready to go home.  

IV Sedation

IV sedation is a form of mild to moderate sedation that allows you to relax and possibly sleep through some of your procedure.  During IV (conscious) sedation, you are not “asleep” but rather in a  more comfortable “semi-awake” state of reduced anxiety.  Aware, but very relaxed.  You will most likely have some loss of memory of the procedures that were performed because of the amnestic affect of the medications used to provide the sedation.  During IV sedation, you are able to respond to verbal commands, or to a light physical touch. 

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