Make sure you pay attention. You must inform the pediatric dental center if you notice an increase in temperature, cough or cold. An anesthesiologist will then decide whether the procedure needs to be delayed or delayed.
Prior to the procedure The child must not have food or drink prior to the procedure. This decreases the chances of having aspiration. If your child has to be at school by 6:30 you can’t consume food that is consumed after midnight. They can only consume clear liquids for up to two hours prior to check-in if they have not reported before 6:30am.
The staff will check the history of your child’s health and conduct a physical examination. This procedure is discussed, and your approval will be taken. The anesthesiologist will place the mask of your child to give the medication. Throughout the procedure, vital indications will be thoroughly monitored. After the procedure, ensure the child has a rest period and consumes plenty of fluids.
Consult your pediatric dentist to find out more regarding surgery performed under general anesthesia.