Sedation and General Anesthesia


Sedation is a method of anaesthesia performed by general anaesthesia specialists and technicians in order to prevent pain, anxiety, fear and nausea that may occur during dental treatments.

In the sedation method the patient who is asleep does not remember the pain and disturbing sounds of surgical procedures performed under the influence of sedative drugs. Sedation facilitates the patient’s dental treatment in subsequent sessions. Sedation, which eliminates dental phobia, also exterminates the perception of pain.

Sedation should not be confused with general anaesthesia. It does not carry the risks of general anaesthesia as it is applied by sniffing sedative gas. After the application, the patient’s recovery is fast. You can contact us for information about Sedation and General Anesthesia.

General Anaesthesia

General anaesthesia is the process of putting the patient to sleep with the drugs given under the control of the anaesthesiologist before the operation or surgical procedure. When general anaesthesia is given, the patient does not remember anything about the surgical procedure.

What is the difference between sedation and general anaesthesia?

In the sedation method, the patient continues to breathe normally, while breathing is provided by intubation in general anaesthesia. During intubation, the patient is put to sleep with muscle relaxants given intravenously.

In the sedation method the patient recovers in a very short time after the application. No drug enters the circulation through the blood. The patient is put to sleep only by sniffing the gas.

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