Our teeth are made of hard and soft tissues. Many people do not consider their teeth to be living parts of their body, though intact, healthy teeth are very much alive. However, when the nerves in the pulp (the inner...Tovább
Pain free dentistry, pain relief
Nowadays, we are living in an age of painless dental procedures, owing to anaesthetics that act swiftly and provide maximum pain relief. Since these agents partially or even completely block stimuli arriving to the patient, anaesthesia allows painless and stress-free surgical procedures.
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At our pain free dental clinic in Buda we use the following methods:
- local anaesthesia
- total intravenous anaesthesia
Since the effects of these analgesics last for hours, in each case we recommend you to eat and drink enough before each intervention.
Pain free dentistry with local anaesthesia
Also called topical numbing. It has no general effects on the body as a whole; it turns off the pain only in a certain, circumscribed area by temporarily interrupting the conduction of nerve endings. Unfortunately, the unpleasant, stretching sensation caused by needle insertion is inevitable for this procedure. On request, the injection site can be benumbed with a special gel. Local anaesthesia is used for smaller, outpatient surgeries at our pain free dental clinic in Buda.
Pain free dentistry with total intravenous anaesthesia
In this case, a combination of active substances is injected intravenously into the patient’s body. After intravenous introduction, anaesthesia is sustained via an infusion pump. During intravenous anaesthesia ventilation is ensured with a mixture of oxygen and air.
Pain free dentistry with analgosedation
For more severe cases or potential drug sensitivity, narcotic analgesia is performed. After intravenous introduction, active substance levels are maintained via an infusion pump.
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