It depends: Assuming the back teeth you are describing are your Wisdom teeth. Depending how many need to be extracted, and if they are impacted, some denists would reccommend you go for a general. Depends on how hard it will be to have the teeth removed and what you want to do. I'm sure you can get it done with out being put to sleep if that is your choice. Just talk to your dentist and you both can decide what's best for you. It can be done under local anesthetic, but, if fearful discuss it with your dentist and you can go to a special and receive a Valium drip also called "Twilight sleep" which I received during eye surgery. You could hear things around you, but felt no pain and the anesthetic didn't last long and I was home and cooking dinner in less than 2 hours. Having back teeth pulled may make you more drowsy and of course you will be given something for pain just in case you need it.
Most wisdom teeth are pulled out with local anesthesia. Rare cases of very afraid people has been put asleep.
Local refers to the part of the body affected; for example, dentists use a "local" anesthetic" to prevent pain in the teeth and jaw. A "general" anesthetic will put you to sleep so that you don't feel anything.
To put and alligator to sleep turn it on it's back.
put you to sleep an wen you are sleep kick them in the mouth
yes you can, depending on the amount of teeth being pulled at one time.
If it is absolutely necessary that a 12 year old needs to be put to sleep for the removal of teeth and the installation of braces, the doctor will use general anesthesia, which is administered through a needle in the back of the hand. If anesthesia is not necessary, the doctor will probably sedate the patient with a gas.
this is not possbile.
Sing soothing songs or rock back and forth. My brother was the hardest to put to sleep.
Have it put to sleep.
Put two pillows below that spot when you sleep
Yes this is the best idea because I personally have had this expiriance and it is very painful. You should definitly have her put to sleep.
Whether or not you are put to sleep depends on what kind of surgery you are having. In some cases, depending on age you get a choice of local or general slepp aid.
Yes, if your teeth starts to wiggle and starts to hurt, just eat the apple and it'll make your teeth fall asleep. Apples helps stop your teeth from getting hurt and helps you gain more vitamins and minerals. Apples can only damage your teeth if they are hurting...go to the dentist and see why they hurt, apples cannot put your teeth to sleep..because teeth do not sleep..
NOOO WAY!!! Not ever. They just glue the braces onto your teeth, it doesnt hurt, i got braces be4.
A newborn baby should always be put on his or her back to sleep. If he or she were put to sleep on his or her stomach, it would make breathing and spiting harder for it to process. Though after time, it doesnt matter if a baby is put to sleep on either side, because babys can lift their heads and turn over on their own.
Yes, the tooth fairy takes back teeth. Just put any type of tooth you lose and put them under your pillow, and wait for the money. Just be sure to tell your parents about it.
you cant put it to sleep. it goes to sleep by itself but you can take the battery out and the screen will shut off and when you want to play with your pet again, put the battery back in and press download instead of reset and you can play with your tamagotchi. Does that help?
To prevent pain! A general will put you to sleep and a local will just numb the area treated.
I think each local pound sets the policy on this .
Well I am not a doctor or dentist but I had four wisdom teeth removed 5 days ago by an oral surgeon and I was "put to sleep" The process took less than an hour and I was fine. With any anesthesia there can be risk involved. Go to your oral surgeon for a consultation and they can review those with you.
they push your teeth apart in the back of your mouth before you get braces on. when you get braces put on, a metal circle thing(i cant think of what its called) wraps around your back teeth, it acts like an anchor. spacers help make room for that. hope this helps The metal thing that goes around your back teeth is called a band
An orthodontist can put braces on your teeth
Doctors don't usually put you to sleep during a C-section unless the mother has heavy, uncontrolled breathing and can't handle the affects of the local anesthesia (which keeps you awake) or if there is no time to wait for the local anesthesia's effects to kick in
Use olive oil. Put it on before you go to sleep.