TEETH REMOVAL UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA

ARE YOU TERRIFIED BY THE VISION OF HAVING A TOOTH EXTRACTED?


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TEETH REMOVAL UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA

ARE YOU TERRIFIED BY THE VISION OF HAVING A TOOTH EXTRACTED?


FIND OUT HOW TO DO IT WITHOUT STRESS UNDER GENERAL ANESTHESIA!

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TOOTH EXTRACTIONS UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA AT DENTAL FRATERNITY

A visit to the dentist can be very stressful for some individuals, especially when it comes to tooth extractions. For patients with dentophobia, we offer tooth extractions under general anaesthesia. With general anaesthesia, the patient can have problematic teeth removed without pain or stress in just one day.

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TOOTH EXTRACTIONS UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA

Tooth extractions are almost always associated by patients with pain and anxiety. Thanks to general anaesthesia, we can avoid the stress associated with the entire procedure. The collaboration between the dentist and the anesthesiologist is crucial. Prior to the procedure, the anesthesiologist conducts a thorough medical interview with the patient to gather information about their health status, chronic illnesses, allergies, or any intolerances to specific medications.
A patient qualified for anesthesia is put into a state of complete sleep during the procedure. Their condition is continuously monitored by the anesthesiologist who is present throughout the procedure.
Tooth extraction under general anaesthesia is a completely safe and painless procedure.

BENEFITS OF THE SOLUTION

No stress or discomfort; completely painless procedure; full safety with the supervision of an anesthesiologist

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INHALATION SEDATION - LAUGHING GAS

In dentistry, sedation is administered in the form of inhalation. Patient inhales a mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen. The substance is delivered through a mask placed over the face, specifically the nose, while the mouth remains uncovered. During sedation, patient experiences drowsiness, alleviating anxiety and tension. It is an ideal alternative to anaesthesia, providing stress reduction during the dental procedure.

BENEFITS OF THE SOLUTION

Feeling of relaxation; minimization of anxiety; maintaining full awareness

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FAQ

WHAT ARE THE PRICES OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED SERVICES?

Sedation (so called laughing gas): 160 PLN / first 30 min, 100 PLN / each additional 30 min.
General anaesthesia (narcosis): 2500 PLN / first 90 min, 800 PLN / each additional 30 min.

WHAT IS GENERAL ANESTHESIA?

General anaesthesia is also known as narcosis. During this procedure, patient is put into a reversible and controlled state of unconsciousness with the help of medications. It suppresses defensive reflexes and, most importantly, eliminates the sensation of pain.

HOW TO PREPARE FOR TREATMENT UNDER GENERAL ANESTHESIA?

It is very important to tell your doctor about all the medications you are taking - especially those that thin the blood. The patient should be fasting before the administration of general anesthesia. You should refrain from eating and drinking liquids for about 6 hours before the scheduled treatment.

WHO PERFORMS ANESTHESIA?

An anesthesiologist is the doctor responsible for preparing patients for general anesthesia. Once the anesthesia is administered and begins to take effect, doctor monitors patient's vital functions and ensures their safety during the procedure. After the procedure, he is in charge of awakening the patient.

HOW DOES A PATIENT FEEL AFTER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA?

Common post-anaesthesia symptoms include drowsiness, dizziness, hoarseness, sore throat, nausea, and occasionally vomiting. However, with modern anaesthesia techniques, such symptoms are very rare.

IS ANAESTHESIA HARMFUL TO THE BODY?

General anaesthesia has an impact on our body. The medications used for anaesthesia affect the nervous system and are metabolized by the liver and kidneys. Every medication can have certain side effects, so we consider indications and contraindications for using specific substances in each patient.

WHAT ARE THE CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR INHALATION SEDATION?

The main contraindications for using sedation include children under the age of 5, enlarged tonsils, nasal congestion, lung diseases (e.g., emphysema), and multiple sclerosis. Sedation should also be avoided in the first trimester of pregnancy.