Snoring and Sleep Apnoea.
Snoring can be a real problem, not only for the person who snores, but also for the partner and other family members who live with the snorer. However, there is a dentist-prescribed solution for a more restful night’s sleep: Silent Nite® sl.
Sedation or Full Anaesthetics
In-chair sedation is done prior to a procedure to help dull pain or sedate a nervous or anxious patient. The most common form is local anaesthesia, meaning that it dulls pain in all or part of the mouth during dental work, but the patient stays conscious.It usually wears off two to three hours after the procedure and is most often used when a patient is getting a filling or a root canal. Children from 3 years and older can be treated in the surgery.
Full anaesthetic can be done in the Cape Gate Mediclinic or at the Kraaifontein Medicross.