Anaesthetic Treatment

Anaesthesia is generally the administration of one or several anaesthetics by a specialist (anaesthetist) to render the patient unconscious and eliminate pain perception.

Indications for ambulant anaesthesia at a dental practice are:

Comprehensive surgical / prosthetic operations
Lacking cooperation of children
Intellectually handicapped patients
Dental anxiety (phobia)

You will, of course, receive a treatment plan in advance so that you are always informed about all associated costs. So that as many patients as possible can afford the treatment they need, our practice offers special financing.

If you are privately insured or are covered by additional private dental insurance, you should submit the treatment plan in advance, because fortunately the additional medical expense of general anesthesia is partially subsidized by these insurance companies.

Nitrous oxide sedation can often be used as an alternative to general anesthetic treatment. This is only sedation and not complete anesthesia, i.e. the patient remains fully responsive, but is more relaxed and calmer. For more information on nitrous oxide sedation see here: Dental treatment with nitrous oxide.

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