Dental treatments under anaesthetic

Dental treatments under anaesthetic

Does Kliinik 32 provide treatments under an anaesthetic?

Kliinik 32 has dental surgery rooms that enable specialists to conduct the procedures under an anaesthetic.

The dental surgery equipment at Kliinik 32 includes an anaesthetic machine with an integrated anaesthetic monitor, which is similar to the devices used in larger hospitals for general surgeries. The patient is looked after by an anaesthesiologist and a nurse. After the surgery, the patient can comfortably recover in a dedicated waking up room.

What are the benefits of anaesthesia?

Anaesthesia is a good option during longer surgical procedures involving a more complicated treatment. It is also an alternative for patients with an extreme fear of dentists. However, in most cases we can use other methods of painless treatment to reduce the fear and discomfort.

Is a treatment under anaesthesia safe?

In order to guarantee your safety under anaesthesia, it is important to answer a number of questions about your general health, and follow to these guidelines for safe treatment:

At the time of the surgery, you must not have any illness with a fever or a respiratory infection.

Do not eat or drink at least 6 hours before the surgery.

Take your daily medicine as always, unless your doctor has instructed you otherwise.

Wear comfortable clothes.

Ask someone to pick you up and take you home after the surgery.

To guarantee the safety of our patients, Kliinik 32 has a resuscitation device – an automated external defibrillator or AED device– that will provide an efficient resuscitation even before an ambulance arrives. The staff of Kliinik 32 have received the required training for such a resuscitation.


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