Dental treatment under anaesthesia
Dental treatment can sometimes be experienced to be unpleasant or even frightening. If a fear or other reason has prevented or delayed the dental treatment of your patient, general anaesthesia combined with dental treatment may be the appropriate solution.
Dental treatment can either be carried out under sedation or under general anaesthesia. The implementation of anaesthesia is always the responsibility of a physician, who specialises in anaesthesia, or an anaesthetics team which always includes a nurse.
The anaesthesia method we use is particularly suited for dental treatment and it ensures quick recovery after treatment. We observe guidelines in accordance with our quality system in all our operations. They are always based on topical and generally accepted care practices and recommendations.
Dental clinics that operate as EMA's partners provide dental treatment under anaesthesia.
Brochure about dental treatment under anaesthesia
More information about dental treatment under anaesthesia: Brochure for dental clinics
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