Anesthesia during dental procedures
Today’s dental treatments can solve almost any problem with the teeth. However, the mouth and especially the teeth are very sensitive, so there is just a few dental treatments that can be done without anesthesia. For example, no one needs anesthesia for dental hygiene treatment or some patients can do smaller dental fillings without local anesthesia, but it is always necessary for more serious treatments.
Types of anesthesia for dental care
1., Mucosal anesthesia: Usually done with cream, lidocaine. It is used for children and for everyone making injections pain-free.
2., Anesthetic injection: In the case of upper teeth, it is usually injected into the bone because it works best. For lower teeth, it is injected to the nerve fiber of the tooth to be treated to achieve the desired effect.
Pain relief can always be achieved, even in inflamed areas, although it requires a stronger drug.
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