Dental Treatment Under Anesthesia

Many people fear the dentist. Almost every day we see that many people postpone their appointment at the dentist because they have had negative experiences, which could lead to fears. Often times, these emotions result from traumatic treatments from childhood.

At the Good Samaritan Dental Clinic, we would like to take away your fear with safe anesthesia so that you can go to the dentist without feeling anxious.With a gentle and sensitive approach, we treat all types of teeth problems as painlessly as possible. If you are you one of those people who through bad experiences in childhood or adulthood have developed a fear of the dentist’s office, you will be please to know that at the Good Samaritan Dental Clinic we offer dental treatments under general anesthesia.

We care for a large number of patients with this phobia and many people have already been able to completely put aside their fear of dentists thanks to our careful and sensitive approach. The choice of anesthesia can be individually tailored to our patients at our clinic. In addition to the treatment itself, the duration of the procedure, your dental health requirements as well as your personal wishes are put into consideration. During dental procedures, we recommend general anesthesia in children as this is more comfortable for young patients.In dental plastic surgery or in oral and maxillofacial surgery, general anesthesia is also possible for adults and, depending on the operation, usually the best choice.

Safe anesthetic procedures

Before every application of general anesthesia regardless of whether it is a dental procedure or cosmetic correction – your anesthetist at the Good Samaritan Clinic will inform you of all the risks. Our warm, professional staff will explain to you in advance about the entire procedure and answer all your questions.

For your maximum safety, we ask you not to eat or drink anything for six hours before any anesthetic procedure. You should also refrain from smoking six hours before the operation or treatment. On the day of your procedure, come to the clinic in the company of a trusted family member or friend. After the procedure, you are not allowed to drive or operations as you feel a little groggy for a few hours. If you would like to learn more, we are happy to answer all your questions in a personal consultation. Give us a call today.

Leave A Reply