AMSA (Anterior Middle Superior Alveolar) Injection: A Boon To Maxillary Periodontal Surger 675-678
PG Student,Dept of Periodontics&Implantology Sree Balaji Dental college Chenni,Tamil Nadu firstname.lastname@example.org Phone No:09884325366
Introduction: Local anesthetics have been in use in dental practice for more than 100 years. The advent of local anesthetics with the development of nerve blockade injection techniques heralded a new era of patient comfort while permitting more extensive and invasive dental procedures.
Discussion: Todayâ€™s availability of a variety of local anesthetic agents enables dentists to select an anesthetic that possesses specific properties such as time of onset and duration, hemostatic control and degree of cardiac side effects that are appropriate foreach individual patient and for each specific dental procedure. The ease of the technique is its advantage and disadvantage should always be considered before its acceptance.
Conclusion: The importance of this review was to bring about awareness among the general clinician who have to use multiple injection for any treatment to be performed in the maxillary arch. The non compliance of the treatment on the maxillary arch is usually due to these factors. Hence introducing this technique can help patient compliance as well ease for the clinician. Also the duration of treatment is reduced.