Treatments Under Anesthesia
Dental Treatments Under General Anesthesia
General anesthesia in teeth implants has evolved rapidly in recent years. Due to the growing demand for complex aesthetic dental treatments and medical dental treatments, innovations in the field are presented every year, for several main reasons:
- The ability to perform oral restoration treatments in one day.
- The patient's comfort during the treatment
- Dealing with patients' concerns when they avoid treating themselves.
An Expert Anesthetist is Present in Every Treatment
When dental treatments are performed under general anesthesia, a certified anesthetist must be present. Before beginning the treatment, our anesthetist here in Smile Plus will ask the patient some questions and explain the procedure he is about to undergo. Patients are required to wait in the clinic for a short while, with medical supervision, after treatments under general anesthesia, until they resume normal functioning.
When is General Anesthesia Required?
General anesthesia during dental treatments suits people who are undergoing complex treatments such as: teeth implantations, oral restoration, bone implantation, dental implants surgery, complex gum treatments and complicated extractions that require the patient to remain still for a long time.
The End of Dentist Phobia
Some people cannot cope with dental treatments and they avoid caring for their mouths, at times mounting to criminal negligence. They are scared of the pain, the smell in the clinic, syringes, and everything that reminds them of dental treatments. In many cases, the neglect this breeds causes serious damage to the teeth, the gums and general health and the cost of treating them increases moment by moment.
The Smile Plus Clinics offer treatments under general anesthesia for just these people, and thanks to it they can be calm, go to sleep and wake up with a new wide smile.
Safety Under General Anesthesia
Most people are wary of treatments under general anesthesia because they are not aware of the fact that the anesthetist is an expert doctor. Surveys show that most Israelis are more scared of the anesthesia than the treatment itself.
There are unequivocal requirements for every anesthesia or anaesthetization dental procedure, as they are established in Ministry of Health regulations.
- Treatments under anesthesia or anaesthetization must be performed in a clinic that obtained permissions to do so from the Ministry of Health.
- In every treatment under anesthesia, an expert doctor must be present throughout the treatment, from its beginning and until the patient awakes.
- Anesthesia and the surgical procedure must not be combined in dentistry.