Dental Anesthesiology and Pain Management

Dentists use nitrogen oxide and ether to control the pain of tooth. This allows millions of patients to undergo painless surgery.  Dental Anaesthesiology includes:

  • Local Anaesthesia: The most local anaesthesia is lidocaine. Its half-life in the body is about 1.5 to 2hrs. This controls bleeding in the tissue during procedures 
  • Maxillary Anaesthesia: Local anaesthesia is deposited at the buccal (cheek) side of the maxillary alveolus which can diffuse through the thin cortical plate of the maxilla, then further into the pulp of the tooth in order to get dental anaesthesia effect.
  • Mandibular Anaesthesia: The technique to be used is choosen based on the patient’s age and tooth to be anaesthetised. Regional block or Infiltration technique is used here

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