Blue Sky Solutions Group, PLLC
We bring hospital-level sedation to your dentist’s office. Our #1 goal is patient safety and satisfaction because we care for you like we would our family.
Dwayne Thibeault, MSN, CRNA, ARNP
Millions of people all over the world experience dental anxiety, or worse, dental fear. Here at Blue Sky Solutions Group we have partnered with some of the top rated dentists in the New Hampshire area. We offer a solution to manage your fear and anxiety, and provide you with the best dental and sedation care available. Simply put, sedation dentistry is a way to minimize and/or eliminate the pain and distress associated with some dental care.
You can expect…
- Excellent and affordable sedation for adult, pediatric, and special needs individuals
- IV sedation that is tailored individually to your specific needs
- A highly trained nurse anesthetist who will be monitoring every breath and heartbeat during your procedure
- State-of-the-art equipment that brings hospital-quality sedation to the office
- Medications that will help prevent pain, nausea, anxiety, and remembering your procedure
- A follow-up call later that day about the care you experienced from your nurse anesthetist
Our expectations are high and yours should be too when choosing to have sedation for your dental procedure. You deserve to have individual attention and an experienced nurse anesthetist providing your sedation whose only concern is monitoring you.
At Blue Sky Solutions Group, we tailor your sedation plan to the individual’s needs because we believe managing your dental fear and anxiety is as important as the dental care you’re receiving.
What They’re Saying
“My daughter is autistic and the dentist has always been a particular problem for her. When we both heard the commercial for JD Howard on her favorite radio station a few times she asked if she could try the “sleep dentist”. She knows her teeth hurt but just could not go to the dentist. We had an amazing first visit and this past Friday she had all of her dental problems fixed in 1 visit using their “sleep” approach. The nurse anesthetist was caring and compassionate to her and quickly had her asleep before she could work herself up into a panic. He let her know what was happening step by step and worked fast to calm her down. The dental team did a great job tackling all her dental issues with speed, accuracy and compassion. When she woke up, she was greeted with happy, kind faces. When we got home and she had rested some more she was pleased with herself for doing it and said, ” I really did it, mom!” and ” I think I like my dentist!” and ” I like that place!” That’s all I need to hear to know we have found a place that can truly understand the difficulties anyone can have going to a dentist.”
“What a breath of fresh air to have someone in the healthcare industry actually care about you and the service you are getting. Blue sky solutions treated my 3 year old son, all the while inviting questions from us and answering all of them in detail. I will definitely be requesting their service again!!”
News From the Blog
Many parents don’t realize or are unaware of the risks involved in when a single model sedation, such as, when a pediatric dentist, administers IV sedation while also performing the dental procedure. Even though the parent may have signed a consent form explaining the dangers, the information isn’t always absorbed. Dr. Jim Nickman, president of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry warns parents, "the dentist should have a frank discussion with the parents on the risks and benefits of anesthesia for treating the underlying disease.” In light of all the heated conversations about the dangers of IV sedation for pediatric dentist procedures, it is important [...]
In dental offices throughout New Hampshire, children are having teeth extracted, cavities filled, root canals, and crowns. Often times, they are sedated to make them more cooperative, less anxious, and calmer. Enabling the dentist to perform several treatments at one time. Safe sedation for children in the dental setting has come to light earlier this year due to a few rare cases, where children have slipped into a deeper level of sedation than planned. According to the 2016 guidelines jointly written by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Academy of Pediatrics, to ensure the safety of children when IV sedation is being [...]