Dental treatment under general anesthesia is a modern method of dental care and the best way to get fast, pain-free and quality teeth treatment.
General anesthesia is the pain-relief method that leads to a state of artificial sleep when the patient loses consciousness and does not feel pain. This is done by the use of modern drugs that allow an anesthesiologist to monitor the patient's breathing, do not cause side effects, and are quickly removed from the body. The heart rate and oxygen saturation are monitored during anesthesia.
Tooth extraction under general anesthesia
General anesthesia in dentistry is performed in both adults and children to provide general dental, surgical dental (extractions, implants, etc.) care.
Teeth under general anesthesia for children
Thus, the basic requirement / condition for anesthesia is "empty stomach": Do not eat or drink at least 3 hours before the anesthesia for children and at least 6 hours - for adults.
If you need dental treatment under general anesthesia and you have no contraindications, please visit our medical centre.
To treat your teeth without pain under anesthesia, you just need to:
1. Call us at:
+375 29 376 0280
+375 33 376 0280
2. To make an appointment.
Family Dentistry’s staff is happy to help you!
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Contraindications to anesthesia:
- Uncooperative patients (mostly children, but often adults) with dental phobia. Dental treatment under general anesthesia in children takes place easier and faster.
- Allergy to the main group of local anesthetics.
- Hypersensitive gag reflex.
- Patients with chronic physical diseases with contraindications to stress (including dental treatment). General anesthesia can reduce the body's automatic responses that may be accompanied by tachycardia and high blood pressure.
- Need for extensive treatment in a short period of time.
- Mental disorders (Autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, developmental delay and others).
- With the stomach full, teeth extractions under general anesthesia is prohibited.
- Decompensated chronic physical diseases (accompanied by cardiac / respiratory failure, etc.).
- Pronounced arrhythmia.
- Early recovery period after heart attack \ stroke, surgery, etc.
- Acute infectious diseases (indication + -).
- Teeth treatment under general anesthesia is banned in patients intoxicated with drug and alcohol.
Candidates for general anesthesia:
- Patients who need extensive dental treatment
- Patients who are allergic to the main group of anesthetics
- Patients with hypersensitive gag reflex
- Patients with psychosomatic disorders (Autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, etc.)
- Patients are short of time to visit the dentist
Contraindications to anesthesia in dentistry:
- Full stomach
- Acute infectious diseases
- Decompensated heart failure