Anesthesia / conscious sedation


The great advances in technology and surgical techniques have substantially simplified surgical procedures.

The shorter, simple and less invasive interventions are performed with great success using local anesthesia.

Solving mouth problems and performing diagnostic tests is now much simpler and the postoperative period is virtually painless in most everyday interventions.

In which treatments is sedation indicated with local anesthesia?


Third molars included

A partial or fully included third molar can cause infections, damage to neighboring teeth, cysts and, rarely, tumors. With the help of a clinical examination, we can predict whether a third molar is problematic. In that case, its extraction is usually recommended.


Quistes y apicectomías

Cysts should be surgically removed. They can become infected and when they grow, they destroy the adjacent bone and form cavities inside the jaw or jaw.

Canines included

Sometimes, the canines do not erupt and remain included in the jaw. In GBCOM45 clinic we recommend surgical removal to avoid complications or a combined treatment, to try to bring the included tooth to its normal position.

Biopsies of the oral mucosa

With the biopsy we extract a small portion of the tissue that we send to the Pathology Laboratory to be studied. With this test we confirm or not a clinical diagnosis.