Treatment under Anesthesia

Our experienced anesthesia specialists will help to ensure that your treatment runs safely and successfully. They work to guarantee a pain-free procedure, using the following methods:

Local Anesthesia
The most commonly used form of anesthesia is the local anesthetic, which numbs only the treated area. With today’s advanced technology and the use of topical sprays, even the injection is virtually painless.

Twilight Sleep (Conscious Sedation)

For twilight sleep, our anesthesia specialists will place the patient into a state of deep relaxation. The patient remains conscious and responsive but feels no pain during the procedure. His or her memory and perception of time are also clouded by the anesthetic. Used in combination with a local anesthetic, this method relieves all tension in the treated area during the procedure.


General Anesthesia

Should twilight sleep not be able to completely eliminate the fear of surgery or provide full painlessness, our anesthetists will employ a general anesthetic. Today’s modern and minimally aggressive methods are safe and tolerable for the body. With the aid of narcotic medication and computer-controlled anesthesia delivery, the patient is placed in a reliable dormant state.


Requirements for General Anesthesia and Twilight Sleep Treatment

Naturally, before the procedure, we and our anesthesia specialists will inform you of the requirements for the treatment in question in detail. We will additionally discuss and plan the details of your treatment and care before and after the procedure. Family members or trusted parties are welcome to be included in these consultations.

Anticipated Cost of General Anesthesia and Twilight Sleep Treatment

In many cases, the costs of these treatments are either partially reimbursed by health insurance companies or not at all. We will inform you of your share of the costs incurred in a detailed consultation regarding the plan for your course of treatment.