General Anaesthesia


A form of sedation used
during a dental procedure

General anaesthesia is a form of sedation that is used to put patients into a deep sleep during a dental procedure. This type of anaesthesia is typically administered by an anesthesiologist, and it can be used for patients who have severe anxiety, a strong gag reflex, or a complex dental procedure that requires them to be completely still.

The anesthesiologist will monitor the patient's vital signs and adjust the level of anaesthesia as needed throughout the procedure. After the procedure, the patient will need to be monitored until they wake up and are able to walk and speak normally.

If you would like to know more about receiving treatment under general anaesthesia at KDC, please speak to reception or book a consultation with one of our dentists. Read more about one of the theatres we make use of at KDC:

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