Atkinson and Associates - Oral Surgery
Further information can be found under the
Frequently Asked Questions
Patient Medical History Form
For those patients with multiple medical conditions or medications, it may be easier to fill out the
form ahead of time.
Preparation for Consultation Appointment
Feel free to bring a close friend or relative to the appointment.
Current list of medical conditions and medications
Referral letter (if applicable)
Radiographs (x-rays) that you have had taken by your dentist/doctor (if applicable)
Other test results
An initial consultation fee will be charged. All treatment options and associated costs will be discussed with you at this
Preparation for Treatment under Local Anaesthetic
Ensure you take all prescribed medications as per normal. Do not stop any medication unless directed by your surgeon.
at a light meal before the procedure. This is different to patients who will be having treatment under IV sedation or General Anaesthetic.
Preparation for Treatment under IV Sedation
You must FAST before treatment under IV Sedation. This means no eating any food at least 6 hours before surgery and no drinking any water 2 hours before surgery.
More information will be provided to you by the Sedationist prior to the procedure.
Preparation for Hospital Admission - Treatment under General Anaesthetic
Please remember to complete the hospital admission form and post it to the hospital well ahead of the surgery date.
You will be required to carry out a Pre-Anaesthetic Clinic (PAC) review. This may be done over the phone or in person, depending on your medical history.
Please bring to the hospital any prescription medication which you are currently taking.
The hospital will contact you before your surgery regarding your time of admission. If you haven’t heard from them, contact them directly.
You must FAST before treatment under General Anaesthetic. This means no eating any food at least 6 hours before and no drinking any water 2 hours before surgery.
Please remember to bring your Private Health Fund details as the hospital will require these on admission.
Additional information will be provided to you by the hospital prior to admission.
Specific instructions will be given to you after your surgery depending on your relevant medical history and procedure.