An increasing number of people experience huge anxiety when they so much as hear the word “dentist”. These people suffer from a condition called “dentophobia”.
In nervous patients, dental treatment can lead to palpitations tinges, tremors, sweats and fainting. As a result, a treatment under general anesthesia can save nervous patients a lot of stress. We have many years of experience looking after nervous patients.
RECEIVING A GENERAL ANAESTHETIC AT THE DENTIST
An anaesthetist comes to look after the affected patient in the practice and administers the anesthesia when indicated to do so by the dentist. They remain present for the duration of the session. While the anxious patient is under the anaesthetic, the dentist can perform all necessary procedures unhindered .