Anaesthesia is recommended for dental surgery and lengthy dental treatments. Anaesthesia needs the same preparations as sedation. As this is a more serious and complicated procedure than the two above, it can only be applied on patients who do not suffer from any serious organic illness or undergo continuous medical treatment.

During anaesthesia, modern instruments help us continuously observe and keep in balance the basic physiological processes. At the end of the operation we stop dosing the drugs and also apply antagonist preparations if necessary. After the patient becomes conscious, they are referred to a so-called awakening room, where they remain under the supervision of our anaesthesiologist until all physiological processes return to normal and stable.