Drug sleep

Specialists of the dental clinics MedLife use in their work a modern method of treating teeth in a dream.

Specialists of the dental clinics MedLife use in their work a modern method of treating teeth in a dream. This allows you to perform all the necessary medical procedures without pain, without causing negative experiences and feelings in patients (adults and children).

We have a special medical license that allows you to use sleep treatment in dental practice.

MedLife guarantees your safety: all drugs and modern equipment used to carry out such treatment are certified and meet international quality standards.

Our pediatric and adult anesthetists have all the necessary certificates and permits.

Immersion in medical sleep is carried out by modern drugs and gases, which are safe, easily manageable (the patient can be awakened at any time) and do not accumulate in the body. These drugs are applicable for people of different age categories, including newborns and infants.

Anesthetics are given and dosed with a high-precision special apparatus, which avoids overdose (lack) and provides an easy way out of medical sleep.

Anesthesia of this level is absolutely safe, in addition, all actions are performed by the anesthesiology team led by qualified anesthetists.

During sleep, all vital signs (cardiac activity, pulse, pressure, respiration rate, oxygen level in the blood, body temperature) are continuously monitored and recorded.

The process of natural and soft falling asleep occurs within one minute after administration of the drug, and awakening occurs 5-15 minutes after the cessation of its supply.

The advantage is a quick recovery of clear consciousness, thinking and a sense of vitality, as after a full night's sleep.

After treatment, our patients wake up in a comfortable, specially equipped room, where full monitoring continues until complete recovery. The presence of relatives in the wake-up chamber is not prohibited.

Indications for dental treatment in medical sleep:

  • Severe stomatophobia (irresistible fear of dental treatment);
  • Allergic reactions to local anesthetics;
  • Complex and lengthy treatment (extraction of several teeth, implant placement);
  • Total prosthetics;
  • Treatment of adults and young patients with a strong vomiting reflex;
  • Treatment of hyperactive and impressionable children;
  • Treatment of patients with neurological disorders;
  • Treatment of patients with mental disorders.

The word “anesthesia” does not sound intimidating for a long time, and the possibility of its use in dentistry takes it to a new level, comfortable for the patient, and makes it possible to quickly, efficiently, painlessly solve tooth problems. Contact us, we will be happy to help you!

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