Patients who have a pronounced fear of dental treatment (dental phobia) have various ways of calming them down. In an initial consultation, we will find out which is the best option for you.

Laughing Gas

By inhaling nitrous oxide mixed with oxygen, you relax significantly.
You stay alert and responsive, but anxiety and stress fade afterward
short time. Another pleasant side effect of nitrous oxide analgesia is a
decreased temporal awareness.

At the end of the treatment, you will be given pure oxygen for a few minutes, so that the
the calming effect of the nitrous oxide has completely disappeared when you leave the practice.
Before we decide to have nitrous oxide treatment, we want you
to get to know! In a detailed explanation, we analyze yours
needs and clarify the exact processes, risks and benefits of a
nitrous oxide treatment.


Twilight Sleep

Intravenously administered tranquilizers and painkillers put you in
a state of relaxation similar to light sleep. The treatment can be for
They are carried out painlessly and stress-free. In contrast to general anesthesia,
Twilight sleep (analogue sedation) no artificial respiration necessary.

Before we decide on a twilight sleep treatment, we want you
to get to know! In a detailed explanation, we analyze yours
needs and clarify the exact processes, risks and benefits of a
twilight sleep treatment.

General Anesthetic

In certain cases, treatment can also be given to adult patients
general anesthesia to be performed. An anesthetist and his team will monitor you
throughout the treatment. Your dentist treats your teeth
while they sleep peacefully.
After a treatment under general anesthesia you stay in the practice until you return
are fully awake. You are not allowed to drive a car on this day.
We work exclusively with experienced anesthesiologists.

teeth grinding

Teeth have to withstand massive forces for a short time when chewing. However, if you are exposed to these forces by grinding them for a longer period of time, cracks and fractures can occur in the tooth and the surrounding muscles are overloaded, which can lead to pain.

Possible therapeutic approaches

Implantation can usually be performed with local anesthesia, ie with the usual dental syringe. In the case of a larger number of implants, an expected longer duration of treatment or for anxious patients, we can offer treatment under general anesthesia. This treatment is carried out in collaboration with our experienced anesthetist.

Splint therapy (crunch splint)

In order to protect your teeth and relax overstrained chewing muscles, it is advisable to wear a protective splint at night. Your dentist will advise you on which splint is best for you.

muscle relaxation

If a splint alone is not enough and you suffer from severe symptoms, it can make sense to treat the masticatory muscles temporarily with a preparation that helps to relax the muscles.

Physical therapy

In particularly severe cases, it can make sense to carry out special jaw physiotherapy in addition to splint therapy.