Today I had to assist a young patient in my practice with the removal of deciduous teeth A & J. The permanent premolars were erupting to the buccal and the lingual roots of the primary teeth had
Palatal anesthesia is often necessary and one of the most unpleasant things we do for patients. There are a number of ways today to reduce the stick of a palatal injection from using the "Wand" from
I recently received an e-mail from a Dentist in Canada after he read the post I did on October 20, 2011 entitled "Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block". What prompted the original post was a wave of missing
So the trend in my life for the past week or so has been circling around inferior alveolar nerve blocks, both managing when I miss and answering questions for other dentists about this technique.
One of the things that helps grow my practice more then any other, is the lengths I go to making sure it is as comfortable as possible when I give anesthesia. Whether patients are anxious about