Category Archives: Principles of Uncomplicated Exodontia

LOCAL ANESTHESIA

LOCAL ANESTHESIA Profound anesthesia is needed if the tooth is to be removed without pain for the patient therefore It is essential that the surgeon remember the precise innervations of all teeth and surrounding soft tissue and the kinds of injection necessary to anesthetize those nerves totally. Table 7-1 summarizes the sensory innervation of the teeth and surrounding tissue.It Is important to remember that,

PAIN AND ANXIETY CONTROL

PAIN AND ANXIETY CONTROL The removal of a tooth Is a Challenge to the dentist. This Is because profound local anesthesia Is required to prevent pain during the extraction, and control of the patient’s anxiety Is necessary to prevent psychologic distress. Local anesthesia must be absolutely profound to eliminate sensation from the pulp, periodontal ligament and buccollngual soft tissues. It Is equally I

PRINCIPLE OF UNCOMPLICATED EXDONOTIA

PRINCIPLE OF UNCOMPLICATED EXDONOTIA extraction of teeth is a procedure that incorporates the principles of surgery and .many principles from physics and mechanics, When these principles are applied correctly, a tooth can probably be removed intact from the alveolar process without untoward sequelae.This chapter presents the principles of surgery and mechanics for uncomplicated tooth extraction. In addition t

PRINCIPLES OF UNCOMPLICATED EXDONOTIA

PRINCIPLES OF UNCOMPLICATED EXDONOTIA Chapter Outline PAIN AND ANXIETY CONTROL local Anesthesia Sedation PRESURGICAL MEDICAL ASSESSMENT INDICATIONS FOR REMOVAL OF TEETH Severe Caries Pulpal Necrosis Severe Periodontal Disease Orthodontic Reasons Malopposed Teeth Cracked Teeth Preprosthetic Extractions Impacted Teeth Supemumerary Teeth Teeth Associated with Pathologic Lesions Preradiation Therapy , Teeth Involved in