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IV sedation?: Yes
Inhalation Sedation?: Yes
Treating Dentist Name: Dr Cornelius Krause
Sedationist name: Dr Neil Rasburn
Intranasal Sedation: Yes
Oral Premed: Yes
Hypno therapy?: No
Other Therapy?: No
Oral Sedation: Yes
Able to provide sedation at other practices?: No
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UK
Description:

Welcome to CK Dental, the Bristol Dental Practice in partnership with Nuffield Health. Located at the Chesterfield Nuffield Health Hospital in Clifton, we provide a great quality service and state of the art facilities, without compromise. We pride ourselves on providing the attention to detail you need in all areas of modern dentistry.

Our approach is friendly and designed to make your dental experience as gentle and comfortable as possible, at an affordable rate. You can benefit from the latest technology to enhance your oral health and confidence in all aspects of modern dentistry.
Our team includes selected general and specialist dentists who share our passion to deliver 21st-century dentistry with the focus on patient care and well-being.
For nervous patients, we can offer treatments under sedation and general anaesthesia.
Uniquely offering GA services to patients from all parts of the UK.

Dental treatment under sedation can be an alternative choice. We find that a surprisingly high number of patients that visit our Bristol dental practice are nervous about undergoing dental procedures, often stemming from a childhood experience.
At CK Dental we are skilled at putting nervous patients at ease. Partly this is because we have created a calm and relaxed environment where we can discuss your procedure in full before you make the decision to go ahead. We often find that patients are able to embark on treatment with confidence when it has been fully explained beforehand.
Pain control is another aspect – no dental procedure should be painful with the correct use of pain relief and we use local anaesthetic injections to make sure your treatment is pain-free. However, for those patients that are still anxious about the treatment, then we can offer conscious sedation as an option.

General anaesthesia can only be administered in a hospital environment, which is why CK Dental, which is located within Nuffield Health Bristol Hospital, The Chesterfield in Clifton, is perfectly placed to offer this service.

Why dental treatment under General Anaesthesia?
At our Clifton dental practice, we pride ourselves on our understanding and experience of dental phobic patients – that is, those patients who have a severe phobia of dentists and dental treatment.

We have previously offered these patients the opportunity to undergo dental work under conscious sedation, but although this method works well for the vast majority of people, there are some whose fears are so deep-rooted that they are unable to relax even when sedated, and others who have built up a tolerance to the drugs used.

Who is a suitable candidate for dental treatment under GA?
At CK Dental we are skilled at putting nervous patients at ease. Partly this is because we have created a calm and relaxed environment where we can discuss your procedure in full before you make the decision to go ahead. We often find that patients are able to embark on treatment with confidence when it has been fully explained beforehand.

When this is not the case, and when dental treatment is urgently required, we may recommend that general anaesthesia is used. Dental treatment under general anaesthetic is usually recommended for severely phobic patients, who have not found conscious sedation helpful in allowing them to relax enough for treatment to proceed.

Why does general anaesthesia need to be performed in a hospital?
General anaesthesia does carry some risks, and it is vital that it is carried out in a safe, clinical environment, by an experienced anaesthetist, with expert medical staff on standby.
Because CK Dental is already located in a hospital, we are uniquely positioned to be able to offer this service to our patients without the need for them to enter a new and potentially daunting environment for the procedure.

Contact Information
Phone: 0117 905 9866
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