Modern dentistry applies various types of anesthesia, which depend on the gravity of each case and individualities of a patient. We offer you standard local anesthesia and light sedation as well as general anesthesia for dental care.
Our doctors seek to eliminate patients’ stress and pain. Medical practice shows that in some cases local anesthesia does not numb the area leading to pain and decrease in the general wellbeing of a patient. This is when we resort to the help of our expert anesthesiologist.
Indications to treatment under general anesthesia:
- Fear of dental treatment (dentophobia).
- Treatment that may cause serious trauma, like a case of multiple teeth extractions.
- We cannot numb the area completely with the help of local anesthesia.
- A patient has neurological conditions.
- Irresistible gag reflex.
- Treatment that involves complex osteoplastic surgery in oral cavity.
- Multiple implantations.
Is it safe to be treated under general anesthesia?
General anesthesia is a serious medical procedure, which can only be handled by specially qualified specialists. Our doctors monitor patient's blood pressure, body temperature and heart rate throughout the procedure when general anesthesia is used. As a rule, anesthesia recovery follows in 20 minutes after the procedure is completed. If a patient requires longer monitoring after recovery, our doctors are there to delivery all the necessary care.
If you choose to get general anesthesia you will need to book initial consultation with a doctor, who will perform standard screening and ECG tracing, and then see an anesthesiologist.
To learn more about the procedure, its requirements and possible contraindications fell free to contact our specialists at Atis Faber dental clinic in Chelyabinsk.