Maximum comfort during your treatment:
Comprehensive medical evaluation to determine the best sedation option.
Types of sedation
1. Painless Anesthesia
It is the latest technology implanted in our clinic and is especially indicated in conventional treatments.
Anesthesia is administered using an electronic pen-shaped device that controls the dose supplied, avoiding the pain caused by the swelling after the initial flow.
- Comprehensive precision and less amount of anesthesia delivered.
- Minimizes the discomfort derived from injections in the oral cavity.
- Reduces patient stress by ensuring painless anesthesia.
- Less numb time after treatment.
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2. Conscious sedation: Inhalation with nitrous oxide (Ansiolisis)
Nitrous oxide is a safe and effective sedative agent that combines with oxygen to help the patient relax and feel comfortable during the procedure.
Also known as “laughing gas”, it is inhaled using a small mask that fits over the subject’s nose.
- The patient experiences a sensation of relaxation and well-being.
- The patient will be able to listen and respond to the specialist’s questions or instructions.
- The effects wear off shortly after treatment ends.
3. Conscious intravenous sedation
Sedative drugs are administered to the patient intravenously.
Conscious intravenous sedation applies for long and complex treatments, such as surgeries. It is a very safe procedure and should always be administered and monitored by an anesthesiologist.
- The patient can still respond to physical stimuli but does not feel pain.
- Autonomous breathing.
Especially indicated for:
- There is a deep fear or anxiety about surgical procedures.
- Prolonged interventions (surgeries).
- The patient has a mental disability that prevents him from relaxing for the dentist to work, such as Down Syndrome, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s.
It is a reversible state of unconsciousness produced by anesthetic agents, with the loss of pain sensation throughout the body.
- It requires a pre-anesthetic evaluation of the patient, carried out by the anesthesiologist.
- Indicated for treatments that involve great complexity or duration, such as zygomatic implant surgery.
- Requires hospital admission. Both, the dentists and the anesthetist together, will make this decision. We have deals with the best hospitals in the province of Malaga to carry out this intervention.
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