General anesthesia is used in dental treatments for patients with severe phobia or gag reflex, children with extensive dental needs or children under the age of 4 who are unable to cooperate and patients with special health care needs.
Any dental treatment can be performed under general anesthesia and it can be used as a method where multiple surgical procedures can be performed in one session.
Before the treatment, patients are sedated using narcotics and muscle relaxants and kept on a mechanical ventilator.
General anesthesia is very safe if it is administered by a specially trained medical professional in a facility with the appropriate equipment.
Patients should stay overnight as a precautionary measure.
General anesthesia is administered by specially trained medical professionals in our state-of-art facility.