TEETH TREATMENT UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA WARSAW

TEETH TREATMENT UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA WARSAW

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TEETH TREATMENT UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA WARSAW

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TREATMENT UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA IN DENTAL FRATERNITY

Procedures under anesthesia, or general anesthesia, are completely painless and take place with the patient’s consciousness turned off. They are dedicated to people with a panic fear of the dentist or in the case of extensive and complicated operations of maxillofacial surgery. Find out what anesthesia care is all about at Dental Fraternity.

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NARCOSIS - SURGERY UNDER GENERAL ANESTHESIA

The state of anesthesia is brought up using special drugs, or anesthetics.
Anaesthetic drugs temporarily inhibit the nervous system, causing loss of consciousness for the duration of the procedure, while ensuring stabilization of the cardiovascular system. They are administered intravenously or inhaled by an anaesthesiologist, who with company of a nurse anesthetist, watches over the patient’s condition during the procedure and during awakening.
Procedures under general anesthesia must be preceded by a dental and anaesthesiological consultation and possibly blood tests ordered by a doctor.
During general anesthesia patient undergoes comprehensive treatment. Surgical, implantological, endodontic and conservative procedures are performed under general anaesthesia.
We perform procedures under general anaesthesia in our clinic, on site.

BENEFITS OF THE SOLUTION

Absence of pain; backward oblivion; disabling of defensive reflexes

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LOCAL ANAESTHESIA

Local anaesthesia, the so-called infiltration or conduction anaesthesia consists in the application of an anesthetic in the immediate vicinity of the treated tooth by means of an injection. This deprives sensory nerve cells in the tissues surrounding a particular tooth. As a result, the patient does not feel pain, remains conscious, and the treatment does not cause discomfort to the patient.

BENEFITS OF THE SOLUTION

Low invasiveness; patient comfort; facilitated procedure process

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SEDATION / LAUGHING GAS

Sedation is otherwise known as laughing gas anesthesia. It consists of a mixture of oxygen and nitrous oxide, which is administered through the respiratory tract using a special mask.
Sedation minimizes the patient’s anxiety and fear of the procedure, calms down and – depending on the selected dose of nitrous oxide – can also reduce perception or lead to sleep. The analgesic effect of sedation is not intense, so it is often supplemented by the administration of local anesthesia.

BENEFITS OF THE SOLUTION

A sense of relaxation; reduced anxiety; full awareness

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FAQ

WHAT ARE THE PRICES OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED SERVICES?

Local anesthesia (infiltration, conduction): 30 PLN
Sedation (so called laughing gas): 200 PLN / first150 min, 400 PLN / each additional 30 min.
General anaesthesia (narcosis): 2750 PLN / first 90 min, 900 PLN / each additional 30 min.

WHAT DOES GENERAL ANAESTHESIA LOOK LIKE?

General anaesthesia - anaesthesia consists in putting the patient into sleep by intravenous administration of anesthetic drugs.

IS THERE A RISK OF PAIN DURING THE TREATMENT?

No, there is no pain under general anaesthesia. The doctor additionally anesthetizes the patient locally.

CAN THERE BE SIDE EFFECTS RELATED TO GENERAL ANAESTHESIA, IF YES, WHAT?

The patient may feel disoriented after waking up. In some cases, other side effects may occur, such as drowsiness, nausea, chills, vomiting, or sore throat.

HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR THE TREATMENT UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA?

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.

IS GENERAL ANAESTHESIA SAFE?

Yes, it is safe. The amount of anesthetics is adjusted individually by the anesthesiologist based on the health history and treatment plan.

ARE THERE CONTRAINDICATIONS TO RECEIVE GENERAL ANAESTHESIA?

The decision to use treatment under general anaesthesia is made on an individual basis. The attending physician informs about all contraindications. There are the following contraindications to the procedure:
- blood clotting problems,
- taking anticoagulant drugs,
- allergy to local anesthetics,
- neuromuscular diseases (active or past),
- skin infection near the injection site,
- other skin lesions,
- sepsis.

TEETH TREATMENT UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA - WHAT PROCEDURES CAN BE PERFORMED UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA?

All of them! From conservative treatment to endodontics, prosthetics, surgery or implants or periodontology.

HOW DO I PREPARE FOR TEETH TREATMENT UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA?

The basic condition for performing the planned procedure is to stay on an empty stomach, i.e. do not take food and thick liquids, coffee and tea for at least 6 hours. It is allowed to drink water to slake thirst - up to 2 hours before the procedure.

WHAT ARE THE INDICATIONS FOR GENERAL ANAESTHESIA IN DENTAL TREATMENT?

Narcosis is used in many medical cases - this is an individual decision of each patient. Most often, treatments under general anaesthesia are chosen by people who are very afraid of dental treatment and feel great fear in the office.

REMOVAL OF TEETH UNDER ANESTHESIA - HOW DOES IT PROCEED?

Removal (extraction) of teeth under general anaesthesia goes very smoothly. Anaesthesia allows you to remove all teeth during one visit. It is not necessary to divide the procedure into several stages.

WHAT ARE THE CONTRAINDICATIONS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR DENTAL TREATMENT UNDER ANESTHESIA?

The decision to use treatment under anesthesia is made on an individual basis, and attending physician informs about all contraindications. The following contraindications to the procedure are distinguished: pregnancy, problems with blood coagulation, taking anticoagulants, allergy to local anesthetics, neuromuscular disorders (active or past), skin infection near the injection site, other skin lesions, sepsis.