Injection anesthesia

Today, dental treatment is carried out without pain, why are different types of anesthesia used. Anesthesia involves the reduction or complete disappearance of sensitivity in the whole body or its individual areas. Analgesia is mainly achieved by the introduction of drugs that disrupt the transmission of pain impulses to the brain from the intervention.

  • What is anesthesia for?

    Anesthesia in dentistry is necessary so that the patient does not feel pain during therapeutic or surgical manipulations with the teeth. Analgesia can be medicated or non-medicated. Medicinal analgesia involves injecting an anesthetic.

  • Indications for injection anesthesia:

    • treatment of deep caries;
    • amputation of the pulp (depulping);
    • tooth extraction;
    • other surgical interventions;
    • preparation of teeth for prosthetics;
    • some types of orthodontic treatment.

  • Injection anesthesia can be:

    • infiltration, when only soft tissues are anesthetized;
    • conductive, when one of the branches of the trigeminal nerve is disconnected;
    • intraosseous, which is introduced into the bone tissue and has a stronger analgesic effect;
    • trunk, when the branches of the trigeminal nerve are blocked at the base of the skull.

Injection anesthesia

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In order to remove plaque or a loose tooth, superficial anesthesia is sufficient. Infiltration anesthesia is used to treat teeth, dental canals and pulp. Conductive or bone anesthesia is used for the removal of large molars during operations on the periosteum and gums. Trunk anesthesia is used only in a hospital for complex maxillofacial operations. Before conducting anesthesia, tests for allergic reactions to anesthetic drugs must be performed.