Dental Anesthesia

Anesthesia means a lack or loss of sensation. This can be with or without consciousness.Today there are many options available for dental anesthetics. Medications can be used alone or combined for better effect. It’s individualized for a safe and successful procedure.The type of anesthetics used also depends on the age of the person, health condition, length of the procedure, and any negative reactions to anesthetics in the past. The most commonly used local anesthetic is lidocaine, Other local anesthetic agents in current use include articaine,  bupivacaine  prilocaine and mepivacaine  Different types of local anaesthetic drugs vary in their potency and duration of action.

 

  • • Inferior alveolar and lingual block
  • • Long buccal nerve block
  • • Intraligamentary

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