Choosing or pulling teeth under anesthesia
In certain situations, a tooth or molar cannot be repaired. A tooth, molar or wisdom tooth can be so affected or damaged that the anesthetic dentist suggests pulling the tooth or molar. The extraction of teeth under anesthesia can also be done to make room for your other teeth, for example with a very crooked tooth or molar.
The treatment of tooth extraction is seen by many people as a painful and fearful experience. Because of the fear of the dentist, you may have postponed this treatment for years and avoided the dentist. There is a chance that the teeth will deteriorate as a result and that you will have to have several teeth extracted because of this. Or that in the worst case you have to have your entire teeth pulled. You may then find yourself in a spiral of fear.
Do you recognize yourself in the above? Or do you know someone in your environment who experiences this fear and these dental problems? DentalZorg wants to break through this spiral together with you, so that you can successfully have the treatment of tooth extractions carried out under anaesthesia.
Extraction under Narcosis
In people with extremely high anxiety, treatment under anesthesia is often the only option to extract the tooth for successful treatment. An advantage may be that a long extraction treatment can be performed in one go. During the anesthesia treatment you will not notice and feel nothing of the pulling of your teeth.