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    You will always have a dedicated board-certified physician anesthesiologist caring for you or your loved one. What is a board-certified physician anesthesiologist? After completing undergraduate studies, both Dr. Mill and Dr. Harris completed 4 years of medical school, 1 year of general medicine/surgery internship, and 3-4 years of residency and fellowship training specifically in anesthesiology. Both are certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology. In addition, each has a decade of broad hospital- and office-based independent practice following medical school and training.
    Surgery centers and hospitals charge what are called “facility fees,” which must be paid in addition to the cost of the actual dental and anesthesia care. These fees amount to several 1000s of dollars and exceed the cost of the anesthesia care many times over. By eliminating these fees, we can provide the highest level of care in the comfort of your dentist’s office at a fraction of the cost.
    For most people, the dentist office provides a more comfortable environment when compared to a surgery center or hospital. In our years of experience providing care in both settings, we have found that this is particularly true for children. The process of going to sleep and waking up is much smoother and far less stressful for you and your child as compared to receiving care in what can be an overwhelming setting of a busy surgery center or hospital.
    When providing care at a surgery center or hospital, your dentist is required to have the needed equipment transported into a facility not designed for dentistry. In contrast, when your dentist can work in their own office, you receive care where all the necessary staff and appropriate equipment to provide an optimal outcome are immediately available. In addition, sleeping through your procedure not only eliminates dental anxiety and procedural discomfort for you or your child, it also allows your dentist to focus entirely on providing the best possible result knowing a dedicated physician is providing for your safety and comfort.
    As compared to a surgery center or hospital, the entire experience—registration process, check in, the procedure itself, recovery, and discharge from the office—is far simpler, requiring less paperwork, time, and inconvenience.
    We want to ensure that your next dental experience is phenomenal from start to finish. You will have the peace of mind of knowing that you can reach us directly both before and after your procedure should any anesthesia-related question or concerns arise.
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Dallen D. Mill, M.D.

After graduating cum laude from Brigham Young University, Dr Mill entered medical school at Loyola University Chicago where he graduated with Honors in Bioethics and Professionalism. He completed his residency in Anesthesiology at Yale University School of Medicine, where he was elected by peers and faculty to serve as Chief Resident supervising over 40 fellow residents. While at Yale, he received the Outstanding Achievement in Medical Student Education Award and continues to enjoy teaching. Following residency, Dr. Mill completed fellowship training in Cardiothoracic Anesthesia at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics caring for adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients undergoing heart and lung surgery, and managed patient care in the cardiovascular intensive care unit. Dr. Mill enjoys volunteering at the Shalom Foundation in Guatemala City providing care for children undergoing procedures to treat birth defects. To further expand and share his expertise in providing exceptional anesthesia care in the office, Dr. Mill accepted an invitation to sit on the nationwide Dental Committee of the Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia. While maintaining a broad hospital-based practice in which he serves as Clinical Quality Chair, Dr. Mill is pleased to bring the highest level of anesthesia care to dental offices along Colorado's Front Range.

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