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Anesthesia Services in Irving, TX

In-Office Anesthesia Experts in Irving, Texas

Anesthesia

We offer In-Office Anesthesia and general anesthesia in our procedure suite. Our expert anesthesia providers will help you have the best possible experience during your procedure.

Discover how our pain practice is different from others below

HOW ARE WE DIFFERENT?

Personalized Care

Our Anesthesia providers take the time necessary to review the patient’s medical history with their treatment plan to determine a personalized anesthetic plan. The Anesthesiologist will review medical history and pre-operative instructions before your procedure and address any questions you may have. During the procedure itself, your anesthesiologist will stay with you through the entire procedure. We are also readily available after the appointment should you or your family/caregiver have any additional questions.

Convenience

Anesthesia in our procedural suite saves you time and naturally reduces anxiety. Procedures can be scheduled and accomplished more quickly in our office compared to surgical centers and hospitals. In addition, by providing Anesthesia services in our office, the patient is already familiar with the setting making the patient more comfortable.

A Pain-Free Experience

Dr. Groysman, Dr. DeLillo, and their staff work hard to make sure each patient is comfortable and does not experience any pain or discomfort during their interventional pain management procedure.

Affordability

Anesthesia services in our office procedural suite are a fraction of the cost when compared to the hospital and surgical centers. With high deductibles and facility fees, these options often cost more than our anesthesiologists’ fees. With the anesthesia there are no hidden fees, and most of the time, we accept only what the insurance company pays with no out-of-pocket expense to you.

Highly Experienced

Our highly trained Anesthesiologists have performed thousands of in-office In Office Anesthesia cases with specialized training in the management of special needs patients. We have the experience necessary to provide a safe anesthetic that is tailored specifically to both the patient and the pain interventionalist.

Safety and Monitoring

Our doctors have specialized office-based Anesthesia training. Vital signs are continuously monitored with state-of-the-art equipment. Monitoring including Pulse Oximetry, EKG, Blood Pressure, Respiratory Rate, End-Tidal CO2, Temperature, and Gas Analysis are all utilized.

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Accepted Insurance

We accept most major insurances. Please call to verify your insurance plan with us