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Awake sedation

Our anesthesiologists perform intravenous awake sedation for dental procedures in a unique way, combined with a special music sedation therapy created by them.

The essence of their method is to relieve the fear of the patients they treat as much as possible from the first moment, narrowing their consciousness for the duration of the treatment so that our patients do not perceive the discomfort of a longer or shorter dental/oral surgery procedure.

This is how we want to build trust, thanks to which our patients – instead of hesitation caused by fear – can decide – if necessary – in favor of dental treatment as soon as possible, increasing the chance of success of the intervention and reducing the need for extensive treatment.

Audio Anesthesia

Audio Anesthesia is sedation combined with intravenous drug treatment and the simultaneous playing of special music for dental/oral surgery interventions.

As such, it is a modern, conceptual procedure, during which our anesthetist builds a humane, trusting relationship with patients who come with fear, and on the other hand, completely dissolves their fears and brings their consciousness to a state of stupor during the treatment.

In this way, our patients do not experience the discomfort associated with dental treatment or implant placement, after which they only remember a pleasant relaxing experience.


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During the meeting with the anesthesiologist, after the general condition assessment and detailed information, our anesthesiologist builds a relationship of trust with the patient and diverts his/her attention from negative thoughts.

Then, with a cable-free, studio-quality headphone, we play a special, soothing music for our patient, which induces a pleasant, relaxed, meditative state after just a few minutes of listening. In the meantime, the painless vein check takes place, during which our doctor places an infusion cannula into one of the veins running on the patient’s arm or back of the hand.

In addition to continuous music playing, the anesthesiologist begins the intravenous, medicated sedation, by using a so-called TCI infusion pump. Then the patient’s consciousness goes into a narrowed state close to sleep, during which local anesthesia can be performed in the oral cavity without discomfort.

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After that, the dental or oral surgery will start. The anesthesiologist is always by the patient’s side and constantly controls the depth of awake sedation. During the procedure, our patient maintains his own breathing and pharyngeal reflex, but the manipulation in the oral cavity does not cause discomfort or nausea. Drug treatment causes subsequent memory loss for the duration of the treatment.

At the end of the treatment, our anesthesiologist will stop the anesthetic and then stop playing the music. After this, the patient’s consciousness clears within a short time. After a further observation of up to two hours, after a control examination, the infusion cannula is removed, and our patient can then go home accompanied by a responsible adult.

Preparation for sedation

Preparation for ambulatory dental awake sedation:
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On the day before the treatment, if you can, eat light meals, ensure plenty of fluid intake, and exercise.
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On the day of treatment, take your medication as usual.
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Do not eat, drink, chew a gum or smoke for 6 hours before the procedure.
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You can leave home under the supervision of an adult companion no more than 2 hours after the intervention. On this day, rest, avoid physical exertion, do not drive a car, do not consume alcohol, do not sign contracts/important documents!

Exclusionary reasons

Patients for whom we cannot provide ambulatory dental awake sedation:
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Cardiovascular patients
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Patients suffering from alcohol or drug addiction
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Patients with chronic and metabolic diseases
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Unaccompanied patients
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Patiens with neurological diseases, Parkinson’s disease, dementia, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, psychiatric symptoms


As a member of a young and modern thinking team, I am an anesthesiologist and intensive care specialist. I graduated from the Faculty of General Medicine of the Semmelweis University in Budapest, and then studied my profession in Germany.

I have been working as a chief physician in Austria since 2017.

Honest and humane communication with patients and building a relationship of trust is not only a basic thesis for me, it is the essence of my profession.

In addition to my profession, I am a composer and the creator of Audio Anesthesia, because I believe that medicine and music can be connected as an organic whole.

Dr. Gergely Nagy

Anesthesiologist and intensive care specialist, Composer
Creator of Audio Anesthesia

Motto: “Music is not only entertainment, but health itself, part of our being”

Dr. Gergely Nagy Anesthäsist


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