Anesthetics in Spain

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Crooke Dental Clinic
4.8

From 65 verified reviews

Aurelia Kawan, 11 September 2020

An always impeccable clinic, very good professionals, high patient care, advanced technology and all the team very pleasant in the treatment.

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Clinica Dental Cots
4.7

From 67 verified reviews

Nick Jackson, 10 March 2020

I looked online for an English speaking dental surgery. They have done extensive work on my teeth to the highest standards. I highly recommend this practise. Thank you guys and girls.

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Clinica Sicilia
4.7

From 27 verified reviews

Pedro Orejas Riol, 20 September 2020

Simply the best. TOP facilities and staff. Many years being the dental reference in Asturias, and with good reason.

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Velez & Lozano
4.7

From 138 verified reviews

Yesenia Montenegro, 22 September 2020

Fui con mi hija de 4 años y el trato fue magnífico el tacto que tienen con los niños es ideal mi hija en todo momento estaba tranquila y confiada incluso después de la extracción de su diente.Sin duda volveré !

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FIV Center Madrid
2.7

From 7 verified reviews

Clara María Barriga, 14 June 2019

We had a few negative cycles in another clinic in Ireland, hence we can judge a big difference in terms of professionalism. Our experience with FIV Center was very positive. We found all the staff helpful, reassuring, reliable and friendly. A special mention for Dr. Caballero. He holds a unique combination of highly skilled in fertility knowledge, complimented with a caring personality.We will be forever grateful with them for the joy of our life: our gorgeous daughter.

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Nart Clinica Dental
4.8

From 103 verified reviews

Mar Delgado Ponce, 30 August 2020

I had a graft with Dr. José Nart and I couldn't be happier with the result. Professionalism, friendliness, and peace of mind in being in good hands for the operation.

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Clinica Cuevas Queipo
4.3

From 119 verified reviews

Sonia luque maroto, 22 September 2020

Very good and professional treatment

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Povisa Hospital
3.0

From 130 verified reviews

Maria Luaces, 17 September 2020

I am on vacation in Vigo. I have found the attention, the treatment, the facilities, the efficiency, the professionals out of 10. I recommend this hospital without hesitation.

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Clinica Dental El Cedro
5.0

From 34 verified reviews

ALEX TORRECILLA, 22 September 2020

Un equipo altamente cualificado, un trato súper profesional y agradable, y siempre miran por el bien del paciente. Resultados excelentes y un seguimiento posterior también excelente.

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CIOS Sevilla

CIOS Sevilla, located in Calle Arquitecto Balbotin de Orta, Seville, Spain offers patients Sedation procedures among its total of 6 available procedures, across 5 different specialties. Currently, there's no pricing information for Sedation procedures at CIOS Sevilla, as all prices are available on request only, whilst the national average price is approximately $579. All procedures and treatments are undertaken by just a small team of specialists, with 3 in total at the Hospital, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes

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    Anesthetics are a medication that causes temporary loss of sensation or awareness. They are used during tests and surgical operations to prevent patients from feeling pain and discomfort, keeping them comfortable and enabling a wide range of medical procedures to be performed. 

    There are several types of anesthetic, including:

    • A general anesthetic puts you in a sleep-like state, preventing you from feeling any pain. You will be unaware of your surgery, do not move, or feel anything while it is carried out. It is mainly used for major surgeries, such as heart surgeries and knee and hip replacement. 
    • Local anesthetics will numb a small area of your body, but you will not lose consciousness, meaning you will be fully awake during the procedure. They are commonly used in minor surgery, such as stitching a deep cut, wisdom tooth removal, or a skin biopsy. However, they can also be used to treat painful conditions or relieve pain after surgery. In some cases, they may be used for major surgery that requires you to be awake, such as awake craniotomy.
    • Regional anesthetic works the same way local anesthetic does by numbing a specific area of your body while you stay awake. However, it numbs a larger part of the body. It is usually used for orthopedic surgery on an arm, leg, hand, or foot.
    • The epidural anesthetic is a type of regional anesthetic. It is usually used to numb the lower half of the body, such as during childbirth. It can also be used to help control pain after major surgery to the chest or belly.
    • A spinal anesthetic is another type of regional anesthetic. It is used to give total numbness to the lower parts of the body, such as in the lower back or the base of the spine. It is commonly used during arthroplasty, joint replacement, vascular surgery on the legs, and hemorrhoidectomy.
    • Sedation is a medication that relaxes you mentally and physically and often makes you feel sleepy. It is used to keep you calm during minor, unpleasant, or painful procedures and is often used with a regional or local anesthetic to help you feel calm. 

    Anesthetics are given by an anesthetist (doctors who have received specialist training in anesthesia) in a number of ways, including as a gas you breathe in, as an injection into a vein, or as an ointment, spray, or drops.

    How Long Should I Stay in Spain?

    With local anesthetics, you should be able to leave the hospital on the same day. If your surgery involves a general anesthetic, you may need to stay in the hospital for a few days. In general, plan to stay in Spain for at least 2 to 14 days. 

    What's the Expected Recovery Time?

    Recovery time depends on your specific situation, the type of surgery you have, and the type of anesthetic used. The effects of local anesthetic usually wear off in a few hours. General anesthetics may affect your memory, reflexes, and concentration for a day or two. It is generally recommended that you take time off work for at least a week or two, but, again, it depends on the type of surgery you undergo.

    What Aftercare is Required?

    Specific instruction will be given by your doctor, which may include food and activity restrictions. It is important to follow all of these instructions closely. Although the instruction will be tailored to your specific condition, you may be advised to avoid driving, drinking alcohol, or signing any legal documents for a few days.

    What's the Success Rate?

    Undergoing surgery and receiving anesthesia is safer today than ever before. Thanks to continuing advancement in equipment, medication, and training, serious problems are becoming rarer. However, this does not mean that there are zero risks. Although very rare, all types of medical procedures carry a potential risk, such as nerve damage and an allergic reaction to the anesthetic medication.

    Are there Alternatives?

    There are no alternatives to anesthetics. Without anesthetics, surgeries can be very painful and dangerous. Also, some surgeries would not be possible to be carried out without anesthetics. 

    Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers. This content was last updated on 02/10/2020.

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