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chapter 13 LA

Chapter 13 LA, exam 3

IA needle insertion depth into soft tissue 10 mm
mandibular nerve is the 3rd division of what cranial nerve 5
the posterior sextant is denser and less porous, it is more clinically effected by anesthesia T,F
usually administered with the IA to block entire quadrant without any overlapping coverage buccal block
which will not provide pulpal anesthesia of 23, IA, incisive, G-G, buccal buccal
after the mental block the chin is numb what is done explain usual reaction, continue treatment
after the mental block the contralateral mandibular anterior teeth become anesthetized why diffusion into incisive nerve
uses mesiolingual cusp of maxillary second molar as land mark G-G
in the IA block the barrel is what to the occlusal plane parallel
During the IA the barrel is superior to premolars on contralateral side
anesthesia of lingual periodontium, and gingiva is required for 25-27, an incisive block is effective because it will anesthetize both the associated facial and lingual periodontium and gingiva neither the stamen nor the reason is correct
highest risk of hematoma PSA
During IA bone is hit at 10mm move barrel more anteriorly
during IA no bone is contacted move barrel more posterior
the incisive and mental block have the same target, after administering the mental block it needs pressure t, f (incisive needs pressure)
there is no need to palpate the mental foramen, it is usually always in the same local F,F
blocks the mylohyoid, mental, auriclotemporal nerve G-G
requires gentle mandibular contact IA, G-G
is lingual shock related to incomplete anesthesia on the mandible after the IA block no puncture or trauma with needle with incisive block
uses occlusal plane and pterygoimandibular raphe as landmark IA
supplemental injection mainly on the mandibular arch supraperiosteal
supplemental injections that is not intraosseous injections supraperiosteal
insertion point for PDL injection on mandible depth of gingival sulcus
supplemental injection increases hemostasis with less diluted vasoconstictor intraseptal
supplemental injection within the mandibular arch that is palpated to ensure soft tissue entry supraperiosteal, intraseptal
Created by: polivkavitch