Sedation

We present how conscious sedation is given to the patient

'Conscious sedation'

Find out what our medical staff offers, especially for the restless, nervous and sensitive patients...

'Conscious sedation' is recommended for highly stressed patients during longer ambulatory or complicated procedures.

'Conscious anesthetic sedation' is a practice sought after more and more often, as well as by more and more people who are highly interested in it. Conducted by a specialist in the field of anesthesiology and resuscitation allows the patient a complete sense of safety to undergo all dental practices, from the simplest and the shortest to the most complicated and very long ones. Everything takes place without feeling pain and in complete peace, without any unpleasant feelings, both physical and mental.
Thanks to this type of anesthesia, the dentist or implantologist can, without problems and without unnecessary interruptions caused by the excessive drug of the patient, continue his work, avoiding the loss of the doctor's physical immobility.
Thanks to these factors, not only can the surgery be shortened, but it is possible, for example, to combine two visits into a single or reduce the total number of visits to the dentist.

This type of sedation is indicated:

  • during complicated and / or long-term treatments,
  • for non-cooperating patients (children, people with mental disabilities),
  • for adults with dental treatment phobia.

It can be given:

  • orally,
  • intramuscularly,
  • intravenously.


The sedative drugs used during anesthetic sedation have the task of relaxing the patient, they evoke the so-called 'dusk state' meaning conscious sedation (conscious calming), and furthermore limit the number of recorded events from the course of the surgery itself. Put simply, a patient who is under the influence of this type of medicine is calm, aware, but after the treatment he will remember a lot.

During the procedure, the patient is under the constant supervision of the anesthesiologist, who monitors his basic life functions:

  • blood pressure
  • oximetry
  • heartbeat

  • After the surgery, the role of the anesthesiologist is to bring the patient to full consciousness and psychophysical functions, only then the patient can leave the dental office.

    How to recognize unsettled patients:

    • they are sweaty,
    • they have strained muscles,
    • they cling tightly to the chair,
    • they have defense reflexes,
    • they perform sudden, unexpected movements,
    • they still move their tongue,
    • they get nauseated,
    • every now and then they close their mouths,
    • they look and feel like they were about to pass out,
    • they break up from the chair,
    • they constantly cancel visits.


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