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What problems can tooth implantation solve?

• Single tooth missing. In this case there is no need to remove the neighbor teeth nerves and turn-process these neighbor teeth for tooth crown attachment
• A few teeth missing in a row. Tooth implantation provides a possibility to place a stationary dental prosthesis instead of a removable dental prosthesis.
• All teeth missing

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Tooth Implantation History

In 1965 professor Ingvar Branemark was a head of research group at the University of Goteborg (Sweden) and his studies finally resulted in osteo-integration discovery (titanium prosthesis integration into tissue). Branemark’s researches were aimed at jaw bone healing and regeneration after injury. The most remarkable thing about this is that osteo-integration phenomenon was discovered accidentally.

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Sedation Dentistry

Имплантация зубов под наркозом, седация Sedation can be useful if you are afraid of dentists, find something unpleasant and don’t want to be aware of what’s happening during a procedure. If you choose sedation, this can pretty much eliminate your anxiety about discomfort from the dental procedures, if that’s what you’re afraid of. We also recommend sedation for long duration of treatment (3 hours and more).

 

9 out of 10 people turning to the dentist, first of all require dental treatment under general anesthesia (GA).

 

But the fact is that the concept of "general anesthesia" in the medicine does not exist. The common is pain relief, and there are several types of anesthesia.

 

"Classic" anesthesia - is an expensive procedure, which has a number of contraindications. It is very difficult to get a license for the use of this type of anesthesia and most of dental clinics do not offer this type of pain relief.

 

This type of A, requires several pharmacological agents, including opioids, muscle relaxants and sleeping pills. The patient under general anesthesia is unconscious and totally disabled from the treatment process.

 

The latter makes GA so attractive for some patients. However, dental treatment under general anesthesia is a serious jolt, which is not always justified.

Fortunately, with the development of pharmacology both the dentists and patients have a choice.

 

Dental Sedation is the available pharmacological option for coping with dental anxiety.

 

Sedation can be called a new generation of dental anesthesia, which is characterized by a special "sleeping" state of the patient. Under the GA your consciousness is completely off, while sedation affects only the several brain regions responsible for pain and anxiety. In this case  the patient stays conscious and keeps all reflexes.

 

One of the interesting features of sedation is anterograde amnesia - many patients do not remember the entire operation or its parts. Sedation is sometimes touted as “the solution for overcoming dental anxiety or phobia”, Some patients require sedation for almost any treatment, others prefer it for long duration of treatment or something that they find unpleasant.

 

Generously sedation is for people who are a bit scared and feel nervous. This method calms them down and is a fairly effective painkiller.

 

Among the advantages of sedation there can be divided:

  • short rehabilitation period. After the operation the patient can immediately go home and live a full life;
  • sparing effect on the consciousness of the patient
  • no contraindications
  • no side effects
  • Ideal for long-term orthopedic or therapeutic treatment (3-12 hours)
  • low cost (it is much cheaper than GA).

 

Types of Dental Sedation

3 most common forms of sedation used in dental practice:

  1. Inhalation sedation (also known as “laughing gas”)
  2. Oral sedation (in the form of pills or a liquid)
  3. Intravenous sedation (sedative drugs administered into the bloodstream through a vein)

 

Sedation is commonly indispensable in pediatric dentistry. For children the use of general anesthesia is shown only in the most severe cases and there may occur different complications and side-effects during the operation, even the risk of death. That’s why the inhalation sedation is the best choice in pediatric dentistry;  it can help your child not only cure the tooth, but also to get rid of fear of the dentist.

 

Summarizing, we can say that sedation is one of the most progressive types of dental anesthesia and it is preferred in the cases where the patient has a choice.

 

But if you still want to treat your teeth only under general anesthesia, our anesthesiologists have all necessary licenses and certificates for this procedure.