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Making local anesthesia more effective and more comfortable.
Patients do not want to experience pain during their dental treatment. Fortunately, local anesthesia forms the backbone of pain control techniques in dentistry. Local anesthetics are the safest and most effective drugs for the prevention and management of pain. Yet, on occasion, achieving profound anesthesia painlessly can be challenging. In this program we will discuss the means to making dental local anesthetic injections both more effective and more comfortable. Topics include: articaine; buffering (the local anesthetic ‘on switch’); and phentolamine (the local anesthetic ‘off switch’). An algorithm for more successful mandibular anesthesia will be presented.
- Discuss the advantages of articaine HCl compared with other dental local anesthetics
- List 3 advantages of buffering local anesthetics
- Discuss the pharmacology behind phentolamine mesylate and its ability to reverse local anesthesia
- Discuss the algorithm for more successful mandibular anesthesia
Release date: 2022-10-18 | Expiration date: 2025-10-18
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Thank u sir
Great presentation. Very infirmative
Wonderful Presentation as always very informative. I love your teaching technique.
Thanks you very much for an excellent lecture! Dr Irina Kuzmina, Russia
Good evening from Spain
Very nice lecture Dr Malamed it’s always a jaffa listening to u..cheers and good health to u 😊
Does the oedema clear quickly by itself or is there further treatment required to resolve this.
Thank you professor for the important informations , in case of overdose after injecting the solution in veine, how can we manage the consequences?
I am from Lebanon
Sir if a patient develops TRUE allergy to LA than what are the options left for the dentists
Sir how is your experience with extraoral nerve blocks…do u recommend implementation of extraoral techniques in oral surgeons armentarium
Great Webinar Thank you.
what are the contraindications or articaine?
Sir do u recommend buffering prior injection in active infection cases
Is articaine adequate for anesthetizing maxillary primary molars?
Is artisans safe in all children
Is It safe to give articaine in IANB
if its an infected tooth will this work too?
greetings from Vancouver Canada
Thank you Professor Malamed for your lecture. Dr Donna Umesi, Nigeria.
Hello From Solomon Islands
how long does anesthesia lasts when articaine is used ??
Que cuidados se deben tener con personas con Hipertensión Arterial y la Articaina y la dosis de vasoconstrictor de Lidocaina?
What was a reason/rationale for stop using buffered anesthetics in cartriges in other countries ( except USA)?
Could we do the buffering wrong? Greetings from Villahermosa,Tabasco,Mexico
professor your book was a god send when i was studying local anesthesia
Hi from NM, USA
Any tips for achieving local anaesthesia in hypominearlised teeth (MIH)
Dear professor! How to achieve effective local anesthesia in a hot tooth especially lower molars?.
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If someone is allergic to the ingredients of the local anesthetic specifically the preservative substance, how can we test before doing the shot?
Good afternoon professor, happy to hear you again.
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Hello everyone…. from Nashville TN.
Is the use of articaine recommended in children under the age of 4 years?
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