Not all people find it easy to see the dentist - even when they really need to. There are many reasons, but the most common is dentophobia, or, in a simple way, fear.
Moreover, it acts equally strongly on both adults and children. As a result, the necessary treatment is delayed until the last, and the health of the oral cavity is exacerbated. And, when it is simply impossible to ignore the situation, treatment is much more expensive – both emotionally and financially.
But progress does not stand still, and modern dentistry offers the opportunity to solve any dental problems under anesthesia. This is a kind of treatment that is especially popular with uncooperative or very young children, as well as for older, frightened patients.
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- How does it go
- How it goes for adults
- And this is how everything goes for children
How does it go
The immersion is performed using the drug Propofol. It is completely harmless or, to use medical terminology, “has a high safety profile.” This procedure solves several problems at once, which means that it reduces the frequency of visits to the doctor and allows you to carry out treatment in the most comfortable conditions for you.
Anesthesia is an elementary procedure, so it can be done at any time. The main thing is to pre-consult with a dentist in order to build a treatment plan and pass the necessary tests.
How to Prepare for Dental Surgery under General Anesthesia? Of course, adults and children prepare for dental surgery under general anesthesia in different ways.
How it goes for adults
Taking a general analysis of blood and urine, as well as checking the level of sugar in the blood.
Some patients over 40 may need to have a coagulogram and additional tests for urea, creatinine, ALT, AST, bilirubin, uric acid, and cholesterol.
Passage of ECT (electrocardiography).
Before the operation, you must not eat (at least 6 hours before) and drink any liquid (at least 4 hours before).
At the end of the treatment, it is advisable to leave the clinic by taxi or accompanied by a trusted person.
And this is how everything goes for children
Obtaining a health certificate from a pediatrician.
Delivery of a general analysis of blood and urine, checking blood sugar.
General consultation with a dentist (for example, regarding height and weight, general well-being of the child, etc.).
As with adults, the last meal should be at least 6 hours before surgery, and fluids should be at least 4 hours before.
At the end of the visit, it is better to go home by car. During the summer, the interior must be cooled to 24 degrees.
During the recovery period, young patients are advised to drink a lot and be in a relaxed comfortable environment – without active games, doing homework, or unnecessary worries.
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