Intravenous sedation for medical and dental procedures

Medicine has advanced hand in hand with technology, providing us with new monitoring methods and cutting-edge medications, making sedation one of the most reliable branches of medicine.

We are here for you when it comes to sedating procedures that may cause pain, stress, or distress, in a safe, practical, and comfortable manner right in your specialist’s office.

Sedation Process

for Medical and Dental Procedures

Step 1

Once the medical or dental procedure is scheduled, we will contact you to ask a few questions about your medical history and provide you with the necessary instructions.


Step 2

On the day of the procedure, we will meet you at your doctor’s or dentist’s office, where informed consents will be signed, and we will commence with monitoring.

Step 3

Through intravenous access, we will begin giving you sedative medications that will keep you asleep while your doctor and/or dentist performs the procedure.

Step 4

The doctor and/or dentist will be able to carry out the procedure in a safer, more professional and agile way, since you will be in a fully collaborative state.

Step 5

At the end of the procedure, you will wake up quickly with slight dizziness and/or drowsiness.

You can eat immediately unless the dentist contraindicates it.

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You should know about intravenous sedation

This process must be carried out by an anesthesiologist

There are several levels of sedation that vary depending on the procedure and the patient’s needs. At CONTIGO SEDACIÓN we care about your comfort and safety, through the use of innovative techniques.

For intravenous sedation, vein access is always required. This is a straightforward procedure conducted by our experienced staff.

We use the smallest gauge needle available and employ advanced techniques to minimize discomfort. Recognizing that some patients may have severe phobias or difficulty cooperating during venous access. We have a special machine that allows us to induce sleep by inhaling a gas through a mask. Once asleep we can establish venous access without the patient having any memory.(Please note that this service must be booked in advance and carries an additional cost for adult patients).

Through this venous access, we administer medications to keep you asleep. In addition, we can provide analgesics, anti-inflammatories, antibiotics and other medications to enhance the recovery process.

Differences between

General anesthesia in the operating room and office-based sedation

General anesthesia
in operating rooms

Pre-anesthetic Consultation

It is necessary for the patient to meet with the anesthesiologist prior to the procedure.

High Cost

No presence of companions

The companion can only be present up to a certain stage of the procedure.

Use of surgical clothing

The patient is required to wear surgical clothing for the procedure.

Naso or Orotracheal intubation

Office-Based Sedation

Pre-sedation telephone consultation

There is no need for the patient to travel to the procedure in advance. It can be done over the phone.

Lower Cost

Reduction in time and money compared to the operating room.

Companions Always #WithYou

Your companion will always be #WithYou, they won't have to wait in a separate room.

Convenience for Doctors and

Doctors and dentists can work more comfortably in their own offices.

No Intubation or laryngeal mask insertion.

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