General Anesthesia and Sedation

Sedation and General Anesthesia: We have a full-fledged Operating Room in our Dental Hospital, and surgical (Tooth Extraction, Gum Treatment, Implant, Bone Graft, Bone Cyst, etc.) and non-surgical (Tooth filling, Root canal treatment, etc.) treatments are applied with General Anesthesia or Sedation. .

What is sedation?

Sedation is a state of deep sleep created by some drugs without losing consciousness of the patient. Although the patient is in a deep sleep during the procedure, he is conscious and can follow the verbal commands he receives from the dentist. During the procedure, the anesthesiologist monitors the patient and monitors his pulse and blood pressure. In this method, which is defined as a situation in which the patient can keep the airway open, respond appropriately to physical stimuli and verbal commands, and the consciousness is suppressed, especially pediatric patients forget that they even come to the dentist after the procedure. The patient, after the operation with the effect of drugs, the treatment process in the mouth, pain, unpleasant sounds, etc. Since he will not remember, he will not be exposed to psychological trauma. This will make it easier for the patient to come to dental treatment in later sessions.

What is General Anesthesia?

General anesthesia is a method of anesthesia in which the state of consciousness is removed with the help of drugs and the whole body is under the influence of anesthesia. Surgical (Tooth Extraction, Gum Treatment, Implant, Bone Graft, Bone Cyst, etc.) and non-surgical (Tooth filling, Root canal treatment, etc.) treatments can be applied for pediatric and adult patients under general anesthesia in the fully equipped operating room in our hospital.