We want you to be able to experience your treatment in a relaxed manner and therefore offer different options for anaesthesia or anaesthetic. With a conventional anaesthetic injection, a local anaesthetic is injected in direct proximity to the affected tooth to suppress pain. If local anaesthetic is not sufficient, analgesia or general anaesthetic is used. Analgesia puts you into a kind of “twilight sleep”. The sensation of pain is greatly reduced, but you remain conscious throughout. General anaesthetic is the strongest intervention in the body and is particularly suited to complicated, time-consuming operations. You are put into a kind of sleep state and do not even notice the treatment itself. When choosing anaesthesia, we take into account not only the type of surgical procedure but also your personal situation. We find the best personal solution for anxious patients and people with a strong gag reflex as well as for allergy sufferers and patients with pre-existing conditions.
TREATMENT UNDER ANAESTHETIC