Sleep ‘N’ Treat Is The Solution To Dental Fear By Smile & Teeth Dental Clinic Budapest

  • 30 Mar 2021 5:49 PM
Sleep ‘N’ Treat Is The Solution To Dental Fear By Smile & Teeth Dental Clinic Budapest
Let's face it! Most people are afraid to visit the dentist. In fact, approx. 75% of adults suffer from dental phobia or fear. It seems that many adults learn their fears from their childhood experiences. As a result, more and more patients are asking to fall asleep during dental work.

General anesthesia is a deep unconsciousness performed by the anesthesiologist. The patient does not remember or feel anything during the operation. The anesthesiologist continuously monitors the patient and ensures the safety of the patient until the patient comes out of the deep sedation.

At Smile & Teeth Dental you will have stress-free and painless treatment thanks to general anaesthesia.

Unlike regular sleep, you will neither dream nor wake up until the dentist finishes your care. Your anesthesiologist and assistants will stay with you until it is time to wake up and you recover from anesthesia.

Why use general anesthesia for dental treatment?

Reasons to perform dental care under general anaesthesia

Large amounts of treatments can be done at the same time that includes hygienic cleaning, tooth fillings, root canal treatment, dental crowns, extractions, and implants.

* People who have dental fear / phobia can relax
* Patients with special medical care needs, such as autism can have complex dental work done
* Patients who had inability to complete treatment with sedation, laughing gas
* Patients who have gag reflex

To make an appointment please visit our webpage at or call us on +36 70 429 0157.

We are looking forward to welcoming you at Smile & Teeth Dental Clinic.

Featured treatments: Dental implants in 5 days, Sleep dentistry, Orthodontics, Teeth whitening, General dentistry, Cosmetic dentistry.

Click here to visit Smile & Teeth Dental Clinic online
1026 Budapest, Pasaréti út 57.

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