Whether it is a minor or a detailed dental procedure, we ensure that you will receive a safe and smooth sedation dental care. We have investing in the latest materials, equipment and training to ensure optimum care for you and your patient. Our mission is to deliver quality in an understanding and compassionate atmosphere.

About Pharmacological Methods

Which drugs are we using for MAC sedation?
Whats the benefits of using it?
• Rapid recovery from the sedation
• Eating and drinking is allowed after sedation
Is there any side-effect after using this drug?
It is extremely rare, but some of your patients may suffering from:
• nausea,
• cough,
• burning or stinging around the IV needle,
• itching or skin rash,
• numbness or tingly feeling,
• confusion,
• agitation,
• anxiety,
• muscle pain, or
• discoloured urine.

About Monitoring

How should anaesthesia be monitored during dental treatment?
Blood pressure, pulse rate, electrocardiogram (ECG), respiratory monitoring ( capnography ) and oxygen levels are some of the important vital signs that the anaesthesiologist monitors during your office-based surgery. In MACSC, there should be a registered nurse monitoring your patients' vital signs as well.
What is the role of the anaesthesiologist during child’s surgery?
Their main task is to provide safe, optimal conditions during surgery and to make the entire atmosphere stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible. As children are constantly on guard for changes in breathing, heart action, blood pressure or unexpected events which, although rare, may occur during surgery. Apart from assuring the optimal safety of your paediatric patients during surgery, anaesthesiologists are specially trained in how to make the operative procedure as comfortable as possible for your patients.

About Contingency

What kind of contingency equipment is provided in MACSC?
• AED Defibrillator
• Resuscitation Drugs
• Ambu Bag
• Intubation Equipments
• Oxygen Concentrator

* The MAC Sedation Centre is fully equipped for resuscitation according to the guidelines for procedural sedation recommended by Hong Kong Academy of Medicine & Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists.