Sedoanalgesia is executed by an anesthetist. During the treatment, the client is in a total state of sedation, relaxation and lack of fright. Furthermore, with this kind of sedation, retrograde amnesia exists - the patient does not keep in mind the process. On top of it there is a meaningful reduction in sickness and a lowering of blood pressure, which is in particular significant during surgery of patients with overpressure.
Counter to the deep sedation state the client maintains full ability of independent respiration (there is no necessity for intubation of the respiratory tract of the client) and reacts to the orders of the physician. This is most frequently used during complex and long-lasting implantological treatments, often combined with the transplant of bone or augmentation of the jaw with artificial bone. It is not recommended for the treatment of children.