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No stress, no pain, no anxiety: pain-free dental treatments with general anesthesia  

Do you immediately feel worried when hearing the word ‘dentistry?’ Many people do. 

I can assure you, that although dental treatments sometimes may cause some discomfort and pain, modern medicine has a number of procedures that are completely painless. Procedures using general anesthesia are specifically aimed at providing pain-free treatments. 

In what cases may treatments under general anesthetics be necessary?

Do something useful and pleasant at the same time!

Procedures done using general anesthetics allow the dentist to do a thorough yet quick job, and provide comfortable, pain-free treatment to patients.

However, not only may it be necessary to use anesthetics because of pain, there are other professional reasons that may justify using anesthetics, such as strong nausea, allergy to local anesthetics, unconquerable fear, or panic disorder.

General anesthetics may be necessary in the following cases:

  • the extraction of multiple teeth

  • wisdom teeth

  • prosthetics

  • implants

  • the filling of multiple teeth

  • broken jawbones

  • maxillary sinus surgery

The majority of these procedures are surgeries. One of the specialities of Árkád Dental is oral surgery. 

About general anesthesia

Say goodbye to anxiety! Dental treatments can be pain-free!

Many people think that general anesthesia means going to sleep, but this isn’t exactly true.

Is it really going to sleep? In fact, general anesthesia affects the central nervous system, temporarily blocking the sense of pain. 

At Árkád Dental, every treatment is preceded by careful consultation and thorough examination. 

Consultation is very important for many reasons, mainly because this is when we consult the patient about the course of the treatment, about what medicine the patient is allowed to take before the anesthesia, as well as the date and time of the anesthetic treatment. 

Deep sedation: General anesthesia is administered by a specialist doctor who also monitors the patient throughout the course of sedation.  

General anesthesia is a safe, routine procedure; however, like every procedure, it has it’s contraindications and side effects, such as hypersensitivity to certain substances. We have everything at our disposal that is needed to handle these reactions. 

When is general anesthesia not suitable? 

There are certain factors that make a patient not suitable for general anesthesia. These include serious vascular, heart and lung diseases, which are considered to have the biggest risk, so general anesthesia is not advised in patients with these conditions. Patients sick with the flu or having a cold also need to postpone treatment. We advise the sedation of only completely healthy patients. 

Important notes

#1 Do not consume any food or drinks 6 hours prior to the treatment. 

#2 Your regular medications are discussed during the consultation preceding the treatment.

#3 Depending on the extent of the treatment,  driving is not advised after sedation, so it is important to have someone accompany you.

The dentists at Árkád Dental believe that the patients’ needs are most important, we take exceptional care to ensure all our patients receive the most suitable, highest quality care combined with the highest degree of caution. 

The three main benefits of dentistry under general anesthesia are speed, and the lack of fear and pain.

Don’t postpone your dental treatment any longer!


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