DENTAL CARE UNDER GENERAL ANESTHESIA
Dental care is performed in an inpatient setting in the operating room in the presence of the anesthesiologist.
Candidates of this technique are people with extreme dental phobia (stomatophobia). Also patients with a pathology that can not operate in the vigil state: large cysts in the jaw, some tumors of the mouth.
As well as people with disabilities: autism; tetraplegic ...
This is the set of acts performed by dentists under general anesthesia. The care takes place in a hospital environment in the operating room in the presence of the anesthetist doctor.
When dental care is done under general anesthesia?
- Some people who have a disability: autism, quadriplegic ...
- Pathologies that can not be operated in the vigil state: large cysts of the jaw, some tumors of the mouth.
- Important stomatophobia
Steps of care
- Pre-anesthetic examination performed by the anesthetic doctor: clinical examination, blood test, cardiological, renal and pulmonary assessment
- Hospitalization in the morning, the day of the intervention
- Realization of care
- Go out the same day