intraligamentary injection

intraligamentary injection

injection of anesthetic solution into the periodontal ligament.
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The data compiled from our research clearly reflected that we needed to do a much better job of clarifying to the dental community that the STA System can be used for all injections, not simply the periodontal intraligamentary injection (single tooth anesthesia)," noted Presutti.
Specifically, the STA System enables the dental professional to precisely administer an intraligamentary injection to anesthetize a single tooth in only one or two minutes, rather than administering a mandibular block that anesthetizes an entire quadrant.
The STA Intraligamentary injection has an immediate onset, whereas the typical block injection can take 8 to 12 minutes before a dentist can start treatment.
A comparison of 2 topical anesthetics on the discomfort of intraligamentary injections.