Anveli Dental - General anesthesia for your dental treatment
Risques de rejet d'un implant dentaire

Dental treatment under general anesthesia

During a dental surgery, you can benefit from a procedure that allows the operation to be performed under general anesthesia or under sedation. This latter procedure, which is more gentle, allows you to be treated in outpatient care ( You can go home or to the hotel the same evening without the need to stay in the dental clinic.) Most patients receiving implantology treatment ask to be put asleep which took place in a few minutes.

Pain-free dental treatment

Pain management takes an important part in modern dentistry. Many patients are traumatized by their visit to the dentist. We know that before the 90s dentist rhymes with pain. Some dentists even believe that ' it was a bad thing for a good because it made it possible to detect possible problems. Fortunately, those times are over. Pain management at the dentist also allows operating in better conditions. The installation of dental implants is an act that requires high precision. General anesthesia or sedation thus avoids the risk of inappropriate movement.

Is the dentist putting the patient under anesthesia?

No, general anesthesia or sedation are acts administered by an anesthetist. It is he who administers the drugs intravenously and controls the patient's constants in order to deliver an appropriate dose of anesthesia. Sufficient to put the patient to sleep so that he will not feel any pain and have no awareness of the dental surgery taking place around him.

Locoregional dental anesthesia

Although you are asleep, the dentist will administer local anesthesia. Your body continues to respond to pain. Without local anesthesia, you could move around and experience post-operative pain. You may be given two types of local anesthesia - with or without adrenaline. The choice of anesthesia type depends on medical factors such as your cardiovascular situation.

FAQ: Dental implant under general anesthesia

Painful dental implant or not?

Our articles

Peri-implantitis: infection and rejection of a dental implant

Peri-implantitis

The main cause of dental implant rejection is peri-implantitis.

More info

Placement and operation of the basal implant

Surgery

All about the fixed prosthesis on basal dental implants, definition of the bridge on basal implant

More info

Les meilleurs dentistes en Europe

team

Presentation of the team, dentists, dental surgeons, dental technicians and support staff

More info

Gums retract - Basal technique

gums that retract

Michel suffers from retracting gum disease.

More info