EVERYONE EXPERIENCES THE FEAR OF THE TOOTH FROM 7 TO 70. THANKS TO DEVELOPMENTS IN TECHNOLOGY AND IN THE WORLD OF MEDICINE, THERE IS NO ROOM FOR THIS FEAR. THANKS TO THE METHOD APPLIED UNDER THE NAME OF CONSCIOUS SEDATION, YOU CAN EASILY BECOME ANY KIND OF DENTAL INTERVENTION.
Many of us have obsessive fears about dental treatment. That’s why the dentist’s chair we run away from can lead to unexpected problems eventually. There is now an easy way to get rid of this situation that makes our daily life difficult. The application of a mixture of sedative drugs applied to the body in a full-fledged hospital environment or in full-fledged clinics, accompanied by an anesthesiologist. “Sedation”, which means removing fear and anxiety mode…
Dentist Assoc. Dr. Tosun Tosun; He states that “the level of consciousness is clear and the person is sensitive to environmental factors, but is calmed and free of fears thanks to “sedation”, which is also called conscious sedation. In the conscious sedation method, which is the subject of choice in routine treatments, since its vital risks are minimized when compared to general anesthesia, blood oxygen level, pulse and heartbeats are monitored by the anesthesiologist and kept under constant surveillance, while relaxation and relaxation are provided with a sedative drug cocktail administered through the intravenous line. Then, the dentist continues to work after performing the local anesthesia application related to the treatment and numbing the area. It has almost no side effects. This method, which is recommended for patients who are afraid or do not want to be stressed in any way during the procedure or who have low cooperation due to mental retardation, is very simple and has almost no effects after awakening.
Which processes are applied? Under conscious sedation, a wide variety of procedures such as filling, root canal treatment, tooth extraction, wisdom teeth operations, cyst surgeries, gingival operations and implant applications can be performed.
Associate Professor Tosun Tosun.