intraoral anesthesia

in·tra·o·ral an·es·the·si·a

1. insufflation anesthesia in which an inhalation anesthetic is added to inhaled air passing through the mouth;
2. regional anesthesia of the mouth and associated structures with local anesthetic solutions used by topical application to oral mucosa, by local infiltration, or as nerve blocks.

in·tra·o·ral an·es·the·si·a

(in'tră-ōr'ăl an'es-thē'zē-ă)
1. Insufflation anesthesia in which an inhalation anesthetic is added to inhaled air passing through the mouth.
2. Regional anesthesia of the mouth and associated structures when local anesthetic solutions are used by topical application to oral mucosa, by local infiltration, or as nerve blocks.

in·tra·o·ral an·es·the·si·a

(in'tră-ōr'ăl an'es-thē'zē-ă)
1. Insufflation anesthesia in which an inhalation anesthetic is added to inhaled air passing through mouth.
2. Regional anesthesia of mouth and associated structures with local anesthetic solutions used in oral cavity.
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16-18) The most frequently used approach in dentistry is intraoral anesthesia via infiltration or nerve block injection.
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