Inferior alveolar nerve block
which was seldom missed by dentists can be replaced by buccal infiltration with articaine which showed good results because of it bone penetration properties.
Comparative evaluation of effect of preoperative oral medication of ibuprofen and ketorolac on anesthetic efficacy of inferior alveolar nerve block
with lidocaine in patients with irreversible pulpitis: a prospective, double-blind, randomized clinical trial.
Key Words: Alprazolam, inferior alveolar nerve block
, irreversible pulpitis, anxious patients.
Comparing anesthetic efficacy of articaine versus lidocaine as a supplemental buccal after an inferior alveolar nerve block
. J Am Dent Assoc.
The use of infiltration of local anaesthetic is found to be as effective as inferior alveolar nerve block
in children .
The success rate of 4% articaine buccal infiltration was 71.11% whereas the success rate of 4% articaine inferior alveolar nerve block
All patients (18-45 years old) that required inferior alveolar nerve block
for wisdom tooth removal were included in the study.
Conclusions: Ibuprofen and acetaminophen premedication has similar efficacy on success of inferior alveolar nerve block
in patients with irreversible pulpitis.
Key Words: Inferior alveolar nerve block
failure, Local anesthesia, Skeletal characteristics, Clinical audit, Undergraduate training, Knowledge of anatomy.
The inferior alveolar nerve block
(IANB) is the most common anesthetic technique used on mandibular teeth during root canal treatment [1-4].
Anaesthetic failures in the inferior alveolar nerve block
may be related to several anatomic variations in the mandible and its landmarks as well as in the inferior alveolar nerve and its branches.
Next day surgery was done under sedation Midazolam 2mg and Fentanyl 100 [micro]gm intravenously along with inferior alveolar nerve block
with Lignocaine and Adrenaline.