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What is intraosseous anesthesia?
Thereof, what is Intraligamentary anesthesia?
Periodontal Ligament Injection (Intraligamentary Injection) The periodontal ligament injection has been used for a number of years as either a method of obtaining primary anesthesia for one or two teeth or as a supplement to infiltration or block techniques.
Furthermore, what is a Ligajet? A Ligajet (Miltex) was used to anesthetize individual teeth, eliminating a numb lip and tongue.
Also asked, what is a PDL injection?
The periodontal ligament (PDL) anesthetic technique involves using high injection pressure to force the local anesthetic solution through the PDL into the can- cellous medullary bone surrounding a tooth.
What does Supraperiosteal mean?
Adjective. supraperiosteal (not comparable) (anatomy) Above the periosteum quotations ?