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5465 Blair Rd. Suite 120
Dallas, TX 75231  


Dr. Seifikar is a dentist anesthesiologist. He’s a graduate from University of Pittsburgh School Dental Medicine, an accredited dental anesthesia residency. He’s board certified by the American Dental Board of Anesthesiology, and a diplomate of the National Dental Board of Anesthesiology.

Throughout his training in addition to providing general anesthetics for numerous medical procedures, he also received specialized training to provide mobile in office anesthesia in a safe, efficient and timely manner. There is a tremendous value in our ability to bring hospital grade anesthesia into the dental office. Not only are we familiar with dental office equipment but also we thoroughly understand your surgery or procedure because we have performed them allowing us to anticipate your needs and tailor the anesthetic to meet your needs.

Our fee schedule is simple and easy to understand whether it’s a pediatric, special needs or an adult phobic patient the anesthesia fees are calculated per unit (15 minutes) of time. Therefore, we can quote you a fairly close estimate based on the length of your proposed dental procedure.

We offer quality-focused anesthesia with complete professionalism. Dr. Seifikar will call a few days before your procedure to thoroughly review your history and discuss any questions or concerns you may have. He will also be readily available following your procedure should you need assistance.

The Benefits for Dentists:

Mobile anesthesia is important because it eliminates pain and anxiety during the dental procedure, allowing the dentist more time to perform complicated procedures and reduce physical shock and emotional stress.

Newly developed medications tailored for the needs of dental procedures make I.V. Sedation/General Anesthesia safer than ever before. With an experienced Anesthesiologist dedicated solely to the anesthesia, the Dentist is free to concentrate on the dental procedures, maximizing efficiency and precision.


Is mobile anesthesia safe?

Mobile anesthesia is a growing trend in United States. With an ever increasing health care cost, more provider will chose to have their patients seen in an office setting because it is more cost effective and convenient.

Advances in anesthetic drugs and equipment enable a trained dentist anesthesiologist to transform any dental office into an operating room, complete with hospital grade monitors, anesthesia machines and emergency equipment. Our anesthetics include airway protection with a flexible LMA (laryngeal mask airway) to protect the airway from foreign substances such as water, blood, tooth particles and dental materials while ensuring oxygen delivery to the lungs. You can take comfort in knowing our highly- trained anesthesiologist will continuously monitor you throughout the case.

Dr. Seifikar and staff will monitor blood pressure, EKG, Temperature, Pulse oximetry (oxygen levels) and gas analysis (CO2, O2, N2O and anesthetic gas levels). Dental Anesthesia Specialists meets and exceeds all state requirements concerning in-office anesthesia.    

Are there any side effects?

Post-operative shivering, dry mouth and drowsiness are the most common minor side effects observed. They will run their course fairly quickly (5-15mins). Children may wake up irritable but return to normal after being consoled and can resume their normal activity within several hours. If you have any specific questions or concerns, feel free to contact us directly and Dr. Seifikar will address them directly.   

Do you accept insurance?

We DO NOT accept insurance as a form of payment since most insurance companies work hard to deny out of facility anesthesia. We collect the anesthesia fee in full a few days prior to your surgery and at the conclusion of the appointment provide you with the forms so you may submit them to the insurance company directly.

We encourage you to contact your insurance carriers (Medical & Dental) before your procedure and ask questions. It is our belief that if you are persistent, you can obtain some reimbursement for anesthesia services. It is important to note than in most instances, after deductibles, copays, and miscellaneous charges, you will pay less out of pocket with mobile in office anesthesia.

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept all major credit cards, Care Credit, and cash. We don’t accept personal checks at this time.

What type of medication do we use?

The advantage of having medications delivered via I.V. Sedation/General Anesthesia by a trained Dentist Anesthesiologist is that the medications are individualized to the specific needs of the patient. The specific medications used are selected for their safety, immediate action, accuracy and predictability. The medications will be administered slowly and cautiously without any set dosing to allow the anesthesia to be specific to the needs of each individual patient.

The most common medications used in our dental surgeries are propofol, midazolam and dexamethasone. These drugs are quickly metabolized by the body leading to shorter recovery times and less post-operative drowsiness.

Does the American Academy of Pediatrics Dentistry (AAPD) endorse office anesthesia?

Yes. In their most recent Guidelines of Anesthesia Personnel in the Administration of Office-based deep sedation/general anesthesia to the Pediatric Dental Patient in 2012, the AAPD disclosed the following statement.

“Deep sedation/general anesthesia in the dental office can provide benefits for the patient and the dental team.  Access to care may be improved.  The treatment may be scheduled more easily and efficiently.  Facility charges and administrative procedures may be less than those associated with a surgical center.  Complex or lengthy treatment can be provided comfortably while minimizing patient memory of the dental procedure.  Movement by the patient is decreased, and the quality of care may be improved.  The dentist can use his/her customary in-office delivery system with access to trained auxiliary personnel, supplemental equipment, instrumentation, or supplies should the need arise.  The use of anesthesia personnel to administer sedation/general anesthesia in the pediatric dental population is an accepted treatment modality”

Is office-based or ambulatory anesthesia endorsed by the ADA?

The ADA made this statement is 2005: “Ambulatory anesthesia is an integral part of the management of anxiety and pain control for dental patients.  It is in the best interest of the public and the profession that access to this cost-effective service be widely available.”