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Local Anesthesia Part 3: Anatomy & Maxillary Techniques
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1
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$49.00
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Updated for 2018

Local anesthetic techniques providing pain control in the maxillary arch are described in this program following a review of the anatomy of the trigeminal nerve. Techniques include infiltration (supraperiosteal), anterior superior alveolar nerve block; middle superior alveolar nerve block; posterior superior alveolar nerve block; anterior superior alveolar nerve block; and palatal injection techniques.

 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Select the appropriate maxillary injection technique for the planned dental procedure
  2. Name the branches of the Vth cranial nerve and discuss their relevance to dental treatment
  3. Describe the indications for, and technique of, maxillary infiltration
  4. Describe the indications for, and technique of, the posterior superior alveolar nerve block
  5. Describe the indications for, and technique of, the anterior superior alveolar nerve block
  6. Describe the indications for, and technique of, the anterior middle superior alveolar nerve block
  7. List the recommended volume of local anesthetic solution for each maxillary injection technique
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