Sometimes there can be situations in which conventional dental treatment is for some reason difficult to perform and only possible through the use of local anaesthesia. Dental care phobia is the most common reason for performing dental care under anaesthesia, such as with more extensive oral surgery procedures or a sensitive gag reflex. In addition, the dental care of small children is easier to implement under anaesthesia.

The benefits of dental anaesthesia include the possibility to perform more extensive treatments during one appointment, if there are many procedures to be implemented, the travel to the clinic is long, or the possibility to arrange treatment including several visits is limited due to scheduling reasons.

In principal, all procedures are completed at once during the anaesthesia, so that time and effort can be saved in more extensive treatments.

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