Who We Recruit


  • Completion of OMS Residency
  • State Dental License and Specialty Permit
  • General Anesthesia Permit
  • DEA
  • PALS
  • ACLS


  • Licensure


  • Completion of Dental Anesthesia Residency
  • State Dental License
  • General Anesthesia Permit
  • DEA
  • PALS
  • ACLS


  • State Nursing License
  • Advanced Practice Status (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist)
  • DEA
  • PALS
  • ACLS

Once you are licensed and have a specialty permit, you can join OMSL after being credentialed with the host office. This takes 60 to 90 days.

Surgeons are compensated at the end of each month based upon adjusted production. You do not need to wait for the collections before being paid.

OMSL provides a turnkey mobile operation and will provide you a trained surgical team along with needed equipment.

Each OMS is assigned to a location every month and functions as an independent contractor for OMSL.

As an OMS you will need you own DEA. OMSL has set up corporate DEA’s at each location that you will be able to use when administering controlled substances. Your own DEA will be used for patient prescriptions Does each site require a General Anesthesia Permit?

Each state has unique rules. Some states allow the credentialed licensed OMS to work at multiple sites while other states require an inspection at each location.

What does OMSL provide?

OMSL offers the host dental practice a spectrum of services that include:

  • Initial analysis of surgical needs and volume
  • Treatment plan guidelines
  • Coding and Billing education
  • Scheduling guidelines
  • In office surgical and anesthesia equipment
  • Pre-op medical evaluation for general anesthesia
  • In office Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
  • In office general anesthesia services
  • DEA and controlled substance management
  • Post Op patient management
  • Computerized anesthesia and surgical records
  • E-prescribe capabilities for routine prescriptions and controlled substances

What do our contracted hosts provide?

Our contracted partners supply the following functions

  • Credential new OMS
  • A dental facility with a minimum of 3 open operatories
  • Central sterilization area
  • Patient scheduling
  • Patient treatment planning
  • Insurance authorization
  • Dental Billing
  • Accounts receivable management
  • Disposable supplies
  • Medical Gasses

What are the surgical team options?


  • Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon (OMS)
    • Dental School Graduate (4 years)
    • Completion of OMS residency (4 years residency)
    • Completion of MD training (6 year residency)
    • Board Certified in OMS
    • Licensed in General Anesthesia
  • Anesthesia Assistant
  • Registered Dental Assistants
  • Sterilization Technician


  • General Dentist
    • Dental School Graduate (4 years)
    • Completion of Oral Surgery Internship (1 year)
    • Advanced clinical training in concert with general anesthesia by second provider
    • Practice limited to exodontia
    • Licensed for local anesthesia and nitrous oxide
  • Dental Anesthesiologist
    • Dental School Graduate (4 years)
    • Completion of Dental Anesthesia Residency (3 years)
    • Licensed to give General Anesthesia


Here are some frequently asked questions.