At present, taking into consideration the development of technology and expansion of pharmacological drugs, any medical and, in particular, dental manipulation can be carried out in a state of medication sleep (or under anesthesia), and in the Dubnova Clinic “STOMATOLOGiYa” in Kiev we comprehend and conduct it professionally and safely.
Dental drug-induced intravenous sedation (analgesia) differs from the classical concept of “anesthesia.” During a medication sleep anesthetic team imposes the patient into a state of sleep by means of modern instruments to control all vital signs. However, unlike classical anesthesia, the patient’s basic functions – breathing and unconditioned reflexes, are not “switched off”, which positively affects the patient’s general state, both during and immediately after the manipulation.
What is happening during this procedure? Who has therapeutic indications for dental treatment while half-asleep (under anesthesia), and how is going this treatment? How you should be prepared for it? These and other questions of patients, who are interested in drug-induced sleep, are answered in detail by the maxillofacial doctor and orthognathic surgeon Dubnov A.V.
In most cases, the treatment of teeth in children in Kiev, in the “Dubnova Clinic “STOMATOLOGiYa” is performed quickly, effectively and, basically, without pain, because the anatomical features of the baby teeth, in which the pulp is not as sensitive as it is in the permanent ones, are conducive to it. Much less, the professionalism, goodwill, children’s psychology expertise of our specialists, who have been working with children of different age groups for several years already, contribute to that treatment as well. However, in some cases, the dentist may recommend that the kid’s teeth be treated under anesthesia. There are technical capabilities in our Clinic to treat teeth in children under anesthesia.
In an interview, the kid’s dentist of the Dubnova Clinic “STOMATOLOGiYa” Oleg Leonidovich Kovnatsky gives answers to parents’ questions about the treatment of teeth in children while in anesthesia (in a medication sleep):
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