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194 Route de Ferney
1218 Le Grand-Saconnex, GENEVE

+41 22 557 1999

Clinique dentaire à Genève proposant des soins dentaires, implants, chirurgie en utilisant la sédation pour le confort des patients.

Geneva dental clinic for general dentistry, implants, surgery, pain and anxiety management. 

Fear of the Dentist ? Our answers.


It concerns over 30% of the population and makes some patients give up dental treatment. Our experience and training enable us to offer different types of patient management in terms of pain and anxiety, in order to give access to dental treatment to all.

It all starts with a professional welcome and a constructive dialogue to determine your needs and our solutions. This is how trust is built.

Conscious sedation is not general anesthesia.

A behavioral or drug-induced technique producing a soothing state enabling treatment to be carried out, but during which verbal contact with the patient is maintained throughout the procedure. The drugs and techniques used to provide conscious sedation for dental treatment have remarkable safety and efficacy records.

The level of sedation is such that the patient remains conscious, retains protective reflexes, and is able to respond to verbal commands. Some techniques induce amnesia, making the patient feel he has slept throughout the procedure.

(DSTG : Dental Sedation Teachers Group, UK, 2015.)

General anesthesia

In some few cases, simple conscious sedation techniques can be insufficient or contraindicated to undergo dental treatment with optimal quality and safety conditions. A general anesthesia can therefore be indicated. We call on a dedicated anesthetists team to deal with it.


Inhalatory sedation with nitrous oxide (laughing gas)

Inhalatory sedation with nitrous oxide (laughing gas)

IV anxiolysis for longer surgical procedures

IV anxiolysis for longer surgical procedures