General anaesthesia means that your child is fully asleep. This approach puts your child into a state of controlled unconsciousness. They will be completely unaware of their treatment and have no memory of it afterward.
For those and who cannot cooperate in the office setting, general anaesthesia presents an option to have treatment done in one sitting. This method is ideal for children with extreme dental fear, physical/mental special needs, uncooperative tendencies and for children who require extensive dental work.