Dentistry under Anesthesia

Dental surgery services under anesthesia for international patients of Amir Al-Momenin Hospital of Semnan are performed in the form of VIP by providing high quality services in a calm and pleasant environment, using the knowledge and experience of the best specialists in various fields of dentistry and anesthesiologists.

Today, specialists can perform many dental treatments in outpatient dentistry easily with high safety and reliability that could not be done before, due to the advancement of science in modern dentistry, and using general anesthesia drugs. Dentistry under anesthesia for children has been used for many years for children who are afraid of dentistry and are unable to cooperate. Now, these conditions are provided for patients with underlying and systemic problems without age restrictions.


In this method, the person experiences dental dentistry in sleep without any negative memories. Therefore, in some people who are not able to tolerate dental services in a normal and conscious state, an anesthesiologist anesthetizes the patient with certain drugs and under the supervision of an anesthesia equipment, and all the necessary measures of treatment are performed in one session. At this stage, the person is not conscious and does not react to any stimuli, and all vital signs, including blood pressure, pulse and respiration, are monitored by modern and equipped devices. In dental treatment under general anesthesia, the likelihood of bleeding after surgery is reduced and the need for pain killers for controlling pain is reduced by using intravenous drugs.

Therefore, the patient is hospitalized in the morning of the day of surgery and all the necessary dental procedures, including repair, endodontic treatment, surgery and laying the implant base are performed in one session. The patient is discharged the same day after surgery following checking and controlling his/her clinical condition after surgery. Today, due to the possibility of better monitoring of the patient's clinical condition and also the development of new anesthesia drugs with less side effects, the use of anesthesia will have less risk for the patient and its side effects are limited to headache, dizziness, nausea or vomiting, sweating or tremors, hallucinations and feelings of dizziness, stuttering, dry mouth, sore throat, fatigue and temporary lethargy in some people.


In addition to providing dental services under anesthesia for children, maxillofacial and implant surgeries in this center, the possibility of providing all dental services under anesthesia in one session for people who have an underlying problem (without age limitation) is provided by relevant specialists. People with liver, kidney, lung or heart problems, as well as people with a history of stroke, Alzheimer, Parkinson, thyroid or mental illness, people who take warfarin and are not able to stop taking the drug frequently, people who are being prepared for chemotherapy, radiotherapy or bone marrow transplants, and people who are unable to tolerate outpatient dental procedures due to severe fear, anxiety or nausea reflux are also candidates.


It should be noted that, a thorough examination is performed by an anesthesiologist and the necessary tests are performed according to the diagnosis of the respected physician before planning for the operation.

Therefore, dentistry under anesthesia is recommended to the following people:

  1. -      People who are afraid of dentistry and are anxious.
  2. -      People who have not reacted to dental anesthetics and these drugs do not work for them.
  3. -      People who are allergic to dental anesthetics.
  4. -      People with physical or mental disabilities, such as people who are unable to keep their mouths open and have difficulty moving, such as cerebral palsy, or people who do not understand the situation and do not have the necessary cooperation with the dentist, such as the mentally retarded, Autism, mental patients with severe problems and patients with Alzheimer.
  5. -      People who need complex and lengthy dental procedures
  6. -      People with severe intraoral irritability and experience nausea and vomiting when a hand or any foreign object enters their mouth.