Dentists in North Texas Dental Surgery may use one of three types of anaesthesia, depending on how complicated your tooth impaction is, here are some explanations of the anaesthesia:
– Local anaesthesia is administered by injecting one or more injections at the point near the tooth to be removed. You will stay awake during the revocation process. Although you will feel the pressure and movement, you will not feel the pain
– Sedation anaesthesia is given through the intravenous line in your arm. This anaesthesia will suppress your awareness, so you have limited memory during the process of retraction, even you will not feel pain
– General anaesthesia is given in urgent situations. You may be inhaling medicine through your nose and a certain line in your arm. When given this anaesthetic, you will lose consciousness. Your doctor’s team will monitor treatment, breathing, temperature, fluid and blood pressure. You will lose memory during the procedure and do not feel pain.