In which conditions general anesthesia is performed on Dental and Oral Treamtents?
General anesthesia is preferred on patients who suffer the ‘’dentist fear’’, patients with extreme gag reflex, children under the age of four or children with long treatment plans and patients with mental incapabilities.
Dental Treatment Under General Anesthesia
General anesthesia is the process that makes the body or a specific part of it unable to feel pain. General anesthesia is mostly performed before the surgical interventions. General anesthesia performed patients are put to sleep for some painful surgical procedure and gets awaken after the procedure.
So on dental or oral treatments general anesthesia is applied to which patients? Usually general anesthesia is preferred for patients who suffer the ‘’dentist fear’’, patients with extreme gag reflex, children under the age of four or children with long treatment plans and patients with mental incapabilities.
Every dental treatment can be performed under general anesthesia and treatments which are planned to be done in lots of appointments can be finished in one session with general anesthesia.
With the help of narcotic and muscle relaxing drugs patient gets anesthesized,patients respiration gets connected to the anesthesia device and the required treatment gets performed. It is a safe treatment as long as it is performed by experienced doctors under right conditions. After the finishing of the procedure one night staying at the hospital for control purposes are enough.