Those who have dentist phobia, can not cooperate (communicate, adapt) with the dentist and cannot use local anesthesia.
in many surgical operations (cyst formations, jaw fractures, etc.)
anesthesia is preferred.
The procedures, equipment and materials to be performed under general anesthesia are complete.
It is appropriate to do it in a fully equipped hospital with a doctor and team. general anesthesia
Although the duration of the transactions varies, it takes place between 1-3 hours on average.
Before and after general anesthesia procedures:
One day before the procedures, the anesthesiologist asks the patient to perform the procedure so that the dentist can perform the procedure.
asks for tests such as hemogram, blood tests. Conditions for surgery as a result of the anesthesiologist’s examinations
If deemed appropriate, procedures can be implemented. The patient is prepared in his room 30 minutes before the procedure.
He is taken to the operating room and the patient is put to sleep. Then within the specified hours
The procedures are terminated and the anesthesiologist begins to administer the drugs that will awaken the patient. Patient
After waking up, he is taken back to his room and monitored for several hours under the supervision of the physician.
If no problems are encountered and the patient feels well, he or she can be discharged. to the total time
If we look at it, it takes approximately 4-5 hours for the patient to finish all his procedures and leave the hospital.
between. The patient should follow the advice given by the physicians after the procedure and follow the dentist’s advice after the procedure.
should not hinder the routine controls and inspections determined by it.
What are the purposes of general anesthesia?
*Preventing the feeling of pain
* Reducing stress, anxiety and fear
* Ensuring sufficient muscle relaxation and more comfortable operation for surgical operations
*Preventing patient reflexes
In which patients general anesthesia is applied:
*children not in cooperation with the physician
*Patients with fear of the dentist
*Operations with very extensive surgery
*infants and toddlers
*Surgical procedures where local anesthesia will not be enough
*Patients who want to complete long-term procedures in a single session
Advantages of general anesthesia:
* The patient does not feel any pain.
*There is no need to establish cooperation with the patient.
* Maximum anesthetic level can be reached with minimum dose.
* General anesthesia drugs, to the patient; administered by the vein or respiratory tract. In these two ways, quick effect
It provides loss of consciousness in the patient within one minute with its