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Anesthesia

Mandibular Injections

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What is the area anesthetized in the L? No teeth; lingual gingival of mandibular quadrant (central to 3rd molar_, anterior 2/3 of tongue, floor of mouth; commonly anesthetized during the IA injection
What is the area anesthetized in the B? no teeth, soft tissues and periosteum buccal to MD molars
What is the area anesthetized in the M? no teeth, buccal soft tissues from mental foramen to midline and the soft tissues of the lower lip and chin
What is the area anesthetized in the I? teeth anterior to the mental foramen (premolars, cuspid, lateral, central)
What type of needle is used for the L? 25 or 27 long
What type of needle is used for the B? 25 or 27 long because it usually follows IA
What type of needle is used for the M? 25 or 27 short
What type of needle is used for the I? 25 Or 27 short
What are the landmarks for the L? coronoid notch, pterygomandibular raphe, occlusal plan of MD premolar teeth and commisure on contralateral side
What are the landmarks for the B? External oblique ridge and 2nd molar; retromolar pad/ usually follows IA
What are the landmarks for the M? mental foramen usually located between the two premolars, however it may be either anterior or posterior to this site
What are the landmarks for the I? palpate foramen by placing finger in MB fold in 1st molar area. movie it anteriorly until you feel the bone become irregular
IA Inferior Alveolar
L Lingual
B Buccal
M Mental
I Incisive
What is the area anesthetized in the IA? I.A. nerve, mandibular teeth to midline (molars, premolars, cuspid, central, lateral; body of mandible, all buccal soft tissue except buccal area of molars
What type of needle is used for the IA? 25 Or 27 long
What are the landmarks for the IA? Coronoid notch, pterygomandibular raphe, occlusal plan of MD premolar teeth and commisure on contralateral side
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