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Clinical evaluation of efficacy of transcortical anesthesia for the extraction of impacted mandibular third molars: a randomized controlled trial

Demir E, Ataoglu H

BACKGROUND: This study aimed to compare the pain levels during anesthesia and the efficacy of the QuickSleeper intraosseous (IO) injection system and conventional inferior alveolar nerve block (IANB) in impacted...
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Pain perception and efficacy of local analgesia using 2% lignocaine, buffered lignocaine, and 4% articaine in pediatric dental procedures

M.M A, Khatri A, Kalra N, Tyagi R, Khandelwal D

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to compare the pain perception and anesthetic efficacy of 2% lignocaine with 1:200,000 epinephrine, buffered lignocaine, and 4% articaine with 1:200,000 epinephrine for...
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Interventions for anesthetic success in symptomatic irreversible pulpitis: A network meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

Sivaramakrishnan G, Alsobaiei , Sridharan

BACKGROUND: Local anesthetics alone or in combination with adjuncts, such as oral medications, have routinely been used for pain control during endodontic treatment. The best clinical choice amongst the vast...
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Resistance to local anesthesia in people with the Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes presenting for dental surgery

Schubart J, Schaefer E, Janicki P, Adhikary S, Schilling , Hakim AJ, Bascom R, Francomano CA, Raj SR

BACKGROUND: People with the Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes (EDS), a group of heritable disorders of connective tissue, often report experiencing dental procedure pain despite local anesthetic (LA) use. Clinicians have been uncertain...
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Structural damage to periodontal tissues at varying rate of anesthetic injection

Sarapultseva M, Sarapultsev A, Medvedeva , Danilova I

BACKGROUND: Incorrect administration of an anesthetic during local anesthesia is one of the most important causes of pain symptoms in patients scheduled for dental procedures. The current study assessed the...
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Inferior alveolar nerve block by intraosseous injection with Quicksleeper® at the retromolar area in mandibular third molar surgery

Sovatdy S, Vorakulpipat C, Kiattavorncharoen S, Saengsirinavin C, Wongsirichat N

BACKGROUND: There are many techniques of inferior alveolar nerve block injection (IANBI); one among them is the computer-assisted intraosseous injection (CAIOI). Here we aim to evaluate the effectiveness of CAIOI...
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Local anesthesia for mandibular third molar extraction

Kim C, Hwang KG, Park CJ

Mandibular third molar extraction is commonly performed in dental clinics. However, the optimal method of anesthesia has not been established for this procedure. The conventional inferior alveolar nerve block is...
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Double versus single cartridge of 4% articaine infiltration into the retro-molar area for lower third molar surgery

Sawang K, Chaiyasamut T, Kiattavornchareon S, Pairuchvej V, Bhattarai , Wongsirichat N

BACKGROUND: There are no studies regarding 4% articaine infiltration injection into the retro-molar area for an impacted lower third molar (LITM) surgery. This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of...
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4% lidocaine versus 4% articaine for inferior alveolar nerve block in impacted lower third molar surgery

Boonsiriseth K, Chaimanakarn S, Chewpreecha P, Nonpassopon N, Khanijou M, Ping B, Wongsirichat N

BACKGROUND: No study has compared lidocaine with articaine, each at a concentration of 4% and combined with epinephrine. The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of 4%...
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Articaine (4%) with epinephrine (1:100,000 or 1:200,000) in inferior alveolar nerve block: Effects on the vital signs and onset, and duration of anesthesia

Lasemi E, Sezavar M, Habibi L, Hemmat S, Sarkarat F, Nematollahi Z

  • KMID: 2310742
  • J Dent Anesth Pain Med.
  • 2015 Dec;15(4):201-205.
BACKGROUND: This prospective, randomized, double-blind, clinical study was conducted to compare the effects of 4% articaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine (A100) and 4% articaine with 1:200,000 epinephrine (A200) on the vital...
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Updates on the Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block Anesthesia

Paeng JY

The inferior alveolar nerve (IAN) block is the most frequently used mandibular injection technique for achieving local anesthesia for restorative and surgical procedures. However, The IAN block does not always...
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Randomized, Double-blind, Comparative Clinical Trial on the Efficacy of 4% Articaine and 2% Lidocaine in Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block Anesthesia

Im TY, Hwang KG, Park CJ, Kim KS, Oh Y, Han JY, Shim KS

BACKGROUND: Articaine, commercially available in South Korea from 2004, is widely being used for dental treatments. In the surgical extraction of impacted mandibular third molars, one of the most common...
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Comparative Study for the Anesthetic Efficacy between Articaine HCl and Lidocaine HCl during the Surgical Extraction of Bilateral Mandibular Impacted Third Molars

Lee WY, Park CJ, Seo KS, Kim HJ, Yum KW

BACKGROUND: Articaine, a new amide-type local anesthetic, was recently commercially available in Korea. The purpose of this study was to compare the anesthetic efficacy between articaine HCl and lidocaine HCl...
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A New Amide Local Anesthetic in Dentistry: Articaine Hydrochloride

Yum GW

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