Sedation Dentistry

Dr. Faisal HudaDr. Faisal Huda is an anesthesiologist with extensive experience in trauma, cardiac, and pediatric anesthesia cases. He received his medical education and degree at the University of Miami School of Medicine.

Dr. Huda completed his residency training in anesthesia at Jackson Memorial Hospital and UM Hospital, while much of his pediatric anesthesia training was at Miami Children's Hospital. He is well known in the community for his passion in providing the utmost care for his patients to ensure they are comfortable and pleased.

Dr. Huda will be bringing his experience and expertise in anesthesia to the American Pediatric Dental Group to provide sedation for our pediatric patients. He strives to provide excellent, compassionate patient care where patient safety always comes first.

Sedation Dentistry

We now offer in-house sedation services that no longer require a trip to the hospital! There are times when traditional approaches to treatment are insufficient to calm or soothe an extremely apprehensive or fearful child.  Children who have experienced an unpleasant visit at the dentist may develop a phobia that can be carried over into adulthood and can lead to neglect of his/her oral health. The good news is that this fear can be reversed and children can actually develop a positive perception of going to the dentist regardless of negative past experiences.   At American Pediatric Dental Group, we have a personal goal of providing all our patients warm, compassionate, and quality dental care.  We believe that by providing treatment in a gentle and caring manner, we can instill confidence and a lasting positive impression of dental care in your child.  We offer many treatment options, including oral sedation and tailor to the individual needs of our young patients and parents

Children with extreme dental phobia, extensive dental decay, and/or complex medical conditions often benefit from hospital dentistry in which the treatment is completed in one appointment while the patient is under general anesthesia. The decision to perform your child’s dental treatment under general anesthesia will be thoroughly discussed with you by one of our pediatric dentists during your visit to our office.

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