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January 15, 2016 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
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Local anesthesia forms the backbone of pain control techniques in-contemporary dental practice. The subject of pain control in dentistry has undergone a recent
renewal of interest, a renaissance. In this program Doctor Malamed will present an in-depth discussion of the many aspects of this important area of daily dental practice.
A major area of interest has been in the development of new local anesthetics, such as articaine, as well as the development; the soon- to-be released local anesthetic nasal mist (Kovanest) for maxillary anesthesia; the introduction of a drug to reverse soft tissue anesthesia – phentolamine mesylate and buffered local anesthetics, producing a more rapid onset, more comfortable injection and more profound anesthesia. These and other areas of current research into improving pain control will be discussed.
Local anesthetics are the safest & most effective drugs in medicine for the prevention & management of pain – when used correctly.
- Clinical differences Current research with LAs
- Maxillary . . . the AMSA
- Mandibular . . . articaine buccal infiltration CCLAD systems
- Intraosseous anesthesia
500 tickets for Members
160 tickets for Staff
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