In dental treatment, SEDATION is more commonly used. Sedation involves calming the patient with pharmacological agents administered intravenously by an anaesthetist during the procedure. These agents act immediately, inducing a sleep-like state from which the patient can easily be awakened.
During sedation, the patient breathes independently and retains most reflexes, such as coughing.
For paediatric treatment and certain dental procedures, short-term intravenous ANAESTHESIA is used. Anaesthesia involves administering anaesthetics and strong painkillers, with the patient often ventilated and reflexes suppressed.
After filling out a health questionnaire, the patient enters the treatment room, where the anaesthesiologist explains the procedure and administers the medication through a needle in the forearm.
The dentist then performs the planned treatment. After completion, the anaesthesiologist discontinues the medication, and the patient wakes up shortly afterward. Thanks to short-acting drugs, the patient can go home after about 30 minutes of observation. In the case of anaesthesia, the post-operative observation is longer, up to 2 hours.
Additionally, before anaesthesia:
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