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Techniques of local anesthesia in the mandible and how to perform local anesthetic injection especially in the most difficult part in the oral cavity which is the mandibleTechniques of local anesthesia in the mandible and how to perform local anesthetic injection especially in the most difficult part in the oral cavity which is the mandible
These techniques are the most important part of our course,mandibular anesthesia is most difficult than maxillary anesthesia and this can be attributed to the three main reasons. Lingual foramen
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Today we’re going to start with the interpretation part of the radiograph that we took with the appropriate dose, healthy exposure, processed and viewed the right way. Lingual foramen
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Oral surgeryOral surgery
Due to the density of the buccal cortical bone, infiltration techniques are of limited value in the mandible and block anesthesia is frequently employed. This is achieved by the deposition of the solution around the inferior alveolar nerve in the. Lingual foramen
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Local anesthesia lec # 10Local anesthesia lec # 10
Successful pulpal anesthesia of mandibular teeth is a bit more difficult to achieve in comparison with the maxilla. Reasons behind that include. Lingual foramen
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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم Intraoral anatomyبسم الله الرحمن الرحيم Intraoral anatomy
First of all am really sorry for being late, actually it’s my false, good luck with your finals. Lingual foramen
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Lecture: 8 Head and neck Dr. Omar Riadh 25-10-2017 Mandibular division of trigeminal nerveLecture: 8 Head and neck Dr. Omar Riadh 25-10-2017 Mandibular division of trigeminal nerve
Trigeminal nerve is the 5th cranial nerve and is the largest cranial nerve, it has the following components. Lingual foramen
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Clinical anatomy Dentistry 1a. MandibleClinical anatomy Dentistry 1a. Mandible
Alveolar process, alveolus (compact and spongy bone, bundle bone, resorption, reconstruction). Lingual foramen
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Penetration Site Depth of penetrationPenetration Site Depth of penetration
Pulp of maxillary 1st & 2nd premolars mb root of 1st molar facial soft tissue bone. Lingual foramen
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