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Brief Report - Journal of Anesthetics and Anesthesiology (2023) Volume 5, Issue 3

Alveolar nerve block effects for pediatrics undergoing autologous auricular reconstruction

The inferior alveolar nerve block is the most commonly used injection technique in dentistry, and several variations on the standard nerve block have lately been published in the literature. The dentist or surgeon chooses the optimal procedure based on a variety of parameters, including the success rate and complications associated with the chosen technique. Dentists must be aware of the current alterations to inferior alveolar nerve block treatments in order to properly pick between them. Some operators may have trouble identifying the anatomical markers that are useful in administering the inferior alveolar nerve block and may instead rely on assumptions about where the needle should be positioned.

Author(s): Chukwuma Bin

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