Dental treatment under general anesthesia
Dental treatment under general anesthesia or sedation in Berlin
We offer dental treatment under general anesthesia in our general anesthesia practice in Berlin mainly for anxious patients and extensive surgical interventions. This includes, for example, the insertion of dental implants or the removal of wisdom teeth if the procedure is complicated or if all four wisdom teeth are to be removed during an appointment.
If there is no medical indication for dental treatment under general anesthesia, as a patient you can address dental treatment under general anesthesia at your own request. If there is no medical indication, you bear the costs of general anesthesia yourself. If there is a medical need, the health insurance companies pay the costs of general anesthesia. We will be happy to advise you on the amount of the costs and possible medical indications during our consultation hours in our general anesthetic practice in Berlin at Alexanderplatz or in Berlin-Tegel.
You can reach our general anesthesia practice at Alexanderplatz by phone on 030/688 39 12 88 and in Berlin-Tegel on telephone number 030/43 55 72 77. Please make an appointment for a consultation and inform yourself below about the options for dental treatment under general anesthesia.
Performing general anesthesia
In addition to the dentist and the team, an anesthetic specialist is required for dental treatment under general anesthesia. Outpatient general anesthesia in our dental practice in Berlin is carried out by a very experienced anesthesiologist and emergency doctor who runs his own anesthetic center. Before the dental treatment under general anesthesia, a detailed medical history is drawn up about your state of health. This includes your age, previous illnesses, allergies, weight and your current state of health. You will be informed that you should not eat or drink under general anesthesia on the day of dental treatment and that you must not drive on the road after the operation. It is best to ask an accompanying person to pick you up and take you home on the day of treatment. Of course, you will also be informed about possible risks.
After anesthesia is initiated, the anesthetist will monitor blood pressure, breathing, sleep depth and heartbeat. In some cases, a simple EEG can also be written. The anesthetist is also responsible for the dosage of the anesthetic.
After dental treatment under general anesthesia, you can relax in the recovery room and have enough time to relax enough to start home safely. You can usually leave our practice rooms after about two to six hours. We will provide you with information on postoperative behavior and, if necessary, pain medication.
Dental implants under general anesthesia
General anesthesia enables dental implants to be used without pain. With one or two implants that we can use during an appointment, we usually recommend normal local anesthesia. If you are an anxiety patient, a larger bone structure is required or if several dental implants are to be used, these treatments can be carried out under general anesthesia. After inserting the dental implants, wake up after general anesthesia and can "marvel" at your new teeth. As a general anesthetic practice in Berlin, we specialize in general anesthesia, which poses a very low risk with modern anesthetics. For example, if you depend on a nice smile for professional reasons, dental treatment under general anesthesia is an option for extensive renovation and shortening the way to a new tooth base.
As an alternative to dental treatment under general anesthesia, we also offer sedation in our dental practice in Berlin. The state during sedation is similar to that of natural sleep and puts less strain on the organism. The patient’s conscious perception is switched off in higher doses, but the patient remains responsive. Sedation is also monitored and monitored by an anesthetist. The advantage over general anesthesia is that the patient can be addressed again after 5-10 minutes after treatment and can leave the practice after about an hour.
General anesthesia in anxiety patients
For many anxious patients, dental treatment under general anesthesia is the only option for dental treatment. Unfortunately, many patients with dental phobia avoid the dentist for so long that extensive remediation is necessary if they are overcome. In these cases, dental treatment under general anesthesia is a gentle and painless way to carry out a restoration or to carry out complex dental treatments.
The first step to dental treatment under general anesthesia for anxious patients is to make an appointment in our practice in Berlin.
You have the opportunity to get to know us without obligation and, if you like, to take advantage of a consultation. We have set up a counseling room especially for anxiety patients, where you can feel comfortable and switch off the “around” a dental practice as much as possible. We understand the pronounced fear of dentists and the team is trained in dealing with patients with dental phobia. We offer you the greatest possible security for all dental treatments under general anesthesia and we hope that you build trust and, at best, can reduce the fear of the dentist to a certain extent.
You can reach our general anesthesia practice on Alexanderplatz by phone on 030/688 39 12 88 and in Berlin-Tegel on phone number 030/43 55 72 77. Please make an appointment for a consultation for anxious patients and find out below about the options for dental treatment under general anesthesia.
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