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Oraqix® Anesthestic Alternative What is it? Oraqix®, is a non-injectable local anesthetic liquid, a combination of (lidocaine 2.5%/prilocaine2.5%), which has been developed for patients requiring pain relief for procedures such as periodontal probing and...read more
Nasopalatine Nerve Block Technique What it numbs: Nasopalatine nerve block provides anesthetic to the anterior portion of the hard palate both hard and soft tissues from the mesial of the right first premolar to the mesial of the left first premolar. Needle: A...read more
Posterior Superior Nerve Block Technique What it numbs: The posterior superior nerve block (PSA) provides pulpal anesthesia to the three maxillary molars and the supporting buccal soft tissue and bone. In 28 percent of patient the mesial buccal root of the first...read more
Middle Superior Alveolar Nerve Block Technique What it numbs: The (MSA) Middle superior alveolar nerve block provides pulpal anesthesia to the maxillary premolars and mesial buccal root of the maxillary first molar and the supporting buccal soft tissue and bone....read more
Mandibular Infiltration Injections What it numbs: Infiltration injections are anesthetizing the long terminal branches of the nerves. The mandibular infiltration injection anesthetizes the soft tissue in the area if the injection site. Needle: The recommended...read more
Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block (Mandibular Nerve Block) The inferior alveolar nerve block (also known as the mandibular nerve block) is the most commonly used block in dentistry for the mandibular teeth. What it numbs: The inferior alveolar nerve block...read more