Dental treatment can be carried out when a patient is given a general anaesthesia in a hospital environment under the control of a trained anaesthetist and awakened after the treatment has been completed. Approximate treatment times are determined by the appointed anaesthetist before the procedure begins and only after the patient’s treatment and personal requirements have been correctly analysed. After the treatment, the patient is awakened and discharged from the hospital on the same day and can continue his or her normal daily routine by the following day.

What Type of Patients Are Suitable Candidates For A General Anaesthesia?