A laot of patients postpone their visit to the dentist because of fear and negative emotions associated with experience in the dental chair.
Postponing regular visits to the dentist (every 6 months) enables the development of diseases such as dental decays, limiting the ability to digest food properly, can affect speech and even normal activity of the heart, lungs, stomach, etc.
Get over your fear of the dentist and enjoy a healthy smile!
1. Choose a dentist you can trust
It is important to build a trusting relationship with your dentist since the first visit. Thus, you can talk openly to him about your problems dental, medical history, your experiences and expectations – this is the only way you can be sure of a correct treatment plan.
During the first consultation, the dentist will explain to you in detail the stages of diagnosis and treatment plan, because it is important to understand each stage and the solutions available, to eliminate anxiety and pain. These things help you to get more easily over the fear of the dental chair and get your health and beautiful smile babk.
2. Treatment solutions completely eliminating anxiety and pain
Using the most advanced techniques for sedation and anesthesia, patients can receive dental treatment without any discomfort or pain, even for dental procedures with a high degree of complexity.
Also known as the Sleeping Dentistry, Sedation and anesthesia procedures are performed in our clinic in the IC Department fully equipped with equipment specific to surgical wards of hospitals. The department is equipped with pulse oximeter, EKG, monitor, and intervention equipment in case of emergency.
The medical team of the DENT ESTET I.C. Department consists of seven anesthesiologist, for the safety and comfort of the patient during surgery.
Sedation techniques available:
– Inhaling sedation – performed using MASTER FLUX special machine, procedure involves inhaling a combination of nitrous oxide and oxygen, also known as laughing gas, a light analgesic gas . You will remain conscious and able to talk with the medical team, but you will be relaxed and have no fear.
– Intravenous sedation – this method is performed by specialized anesthetists using substances that reduce consciousness.
– In other cases, you may need general anesthesia and – in the case of complex procedures (dental implants), when the patient suffers from severe anxiety or cannot control his movements.
What is an anesthesiologist?
An anesthesiologist is a doctor who specializes in advanced techniques of anesthesia. Training consists of a two-year residency program in a health facility. Clinical training includes duty services in the emergency departments, internal medicine, cardiology, acute and chronic pain management and many other medicine.fields The anesthetist is equiped with full technology: electronically controlled monitor, pulse oximeter, stethoscope, ECG, blood pressure monitor, oxygen, all specific medicine and a defribrilator (for cardiac emergencies).
The anesthesiologist uses anesthetics that are administered intravenously or orally. The patient is continuously monitored during dental procedures and post-operation recovery.
What is the difference between the pain relief methods provided by a dentist and those offered by an anesthetist?
If the patient needs a complex surgery, for the patient safety and comfort, this is done under anesthesia. There are several factors that determine the type of anesthetic used, depending on the response and condition of the patient. Some surgical procedure require only local anesthesia by injecting anesthetic substance into the area of intervention. This method is necessary for invasive treatments taking a long time.
Remember! Prevention is the easiest and most efficient way to eliminate visiting the dentist. Respecting hygiene and regular medical checks, you can keep away dental problems and treatments can avoid long-term and complex interventions.