Dental Anesthesia

To prevent the pain during dental procedures is the critical part for which dental professionals have been using variety of methods, from herbal remedies to local anesthetics and nitrous oxide to create a comfortable environment for the patient.

Lidocaine on of the most common local anesthetic which is used by doctors most of the times. Anesthesia which is used more in dentistry are: General Anesthesia and Local Anesthesia. Each will have their own different purpose.

Local Anesthesia used in dentistry are classified into two Topical Local Anesthesia and Injectable Local Anesthesia. Surgical tooth extractions which usually requires longer time for the anesthesia to work requires General anesthesia where the anesthesia will have a longer time of action.


  • Buccal Infiltration
  • Palatal infiltration
  • Regional block techniques
  • Transcutaneous electronic nerve stimulation

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