General Anaesthetic


  • Children who are too young to co-operate
  • Where children are anxious and not suited to inhalation sedation
  • Children with extensive dental treatment needs
  • Where multiple or complicated extractions are planned
  • Management of severely anxious and needle phobic children and teens
  • Children with a problem gag reflex
  • Children with physical and intellectual disability who are compromised in relation to dentistry
  • Emergencies such as facial swellings and traumatic injuries
  • Biopsies
  • Correction of tongue ties
  • Surgical extractions

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