Treatment under full anaesthesia

Alongside classic anaesthesia, we are equipped with a gas-based anaesthesia system. Nitrous oxide has a relaxing, soothing and analgesic effect. It is therefore the ideal drug for dental treatment. Treatment without local anaesthesia is possible, and when anaesthesia is necessary, a single dose is needed.

Nitrous oxide is inhaled and exhaled. It therefore doesn’t need to be assimilated by the body as is the case with other drugs. Hence, the body doesn’t need to work to metabolize the drug. 20 minutes after treatment, the patient is able to drive awaye.

Nitrous oxide is always mixed with oxygen, which ensures maximum safety. This form of anaesthesia is considered the best by the scientific and medical world and is perfectly suitable for the practice of dentistry.

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