Treatment Under General Anesthesia and Sedation
The difference between sedation and general anesthesia is that in sedation the groups belong to the semi-groups.

With the help of general anesthesia in work treatments, major operations are performed much more comfortably in terms of patient comfort. In long operations, even if the operation area is numb, pain occurs in the jaw folds as a result of the mouth open for a long time. This creates discomfort for the patient. Since the patient is in full sleep, such problems are not seen in general anesthesia.

Since the vascular access with systemic problems is open, their problems can be corrected to provide the necessary drugs.

  • If there is a dental phobia that cannot be reached at home by talking in the hospital,
  • If the physician is mentally handicapped enough to allow them to work,
  • If the child and adult are sick, if too much work is to be done at once,
  • If the patient is using blood thinners,
  • If major operations will be performed where local anesthesia will not be sufficient (jaw fractures, large cysts, etc.)
  • If the patient is more suitable to be treated with general anesthesia due to various health problems,
  • If the patient is allergic to local anesthetics,
  • General anesthesia is preferred for long-term dental treatment in a single session.