Advanced paediatric conscious sedation: an alternative to dental general anaesthetic in the U.K.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Child dental anxiety is widespread, and it is not always possible to treat children using traditional methods such as behavioural management, local anaesthesia and even relative analgesia. In such cases a dental general anaesthetic (DGA) is the only option available to facilitate dental treatment in anxious children. AIM This study describes an… (More)

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@article{Hand2011AdvancedPC, title={Advanced paediatric conscious sedation: an alternative to dental general anaesthetic in the U.K.}, author={Darren Hand and Paul Averley and John Paul Lyne and Nick M Girdler}, journal={SAAD digest}, year={2011}, volume={27}, pages={24-9} }