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Practice of nitrous oxide inhalation sedation in dentistry during and after the COVID-19 pandemic

Namineni S, Mallineni SK

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Treatment of life-threatening acute osteomyelitis of the jaw during chemotherapy: a case report

Jung J, Kim S, Park JS, Lee CR, Jeon Jh, Kwon IJ, Myoung H

Oral and maxillofacial infection is a common complication in patients undergoing chemotherapy. The treatment of oral diseases in such patients differs from that administered to healthy patients. This paper reports...
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Topical anesthesia for stainless steel crown tooth preparation in primary molars: a pilot study

Padminee K, Hemalatha R, Shankar P, Senthil D, Trophimus GJ

Background: Placement of full-coverage restorations such as stainless steel crowns (SSCs) for pulpectomy treated primary molars is essential for successful outcomes. The tooth preparation process for SSCs can cause discomfort...
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Anesthetic efficacy and safety of 2% lidocaine hydrochloride with 1:100,000 adrenaline and 4% articaine hydrochloride with 1:100,000 adrenaline as a single buccal injection in the extraction of maxillary premolars for orthodontic purposes

Deshpande N, Jadhav A, Bhola N, Gupta M

Background: Palatal injection of local anesthetics is the most painful injection. To obviate the need for palatal injections, local anesthetic agents with diffusibility are being investigated. Hence the present study...
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A prospective randomized trial of xylometazoline drops and epinephrine merocele nasal pack for reducing epistaxis during nasotracheal intubation

Patel S, Hazarika A, Agrawal P, Jain D, Panda NK

Background: The most frequent complication of nasotracheal intubation (NTI) is epistaxis. Epinephrine nasal gauze packing has been used conventionally as a pre-treatment for reducing epistaxis, but it carries a disadvantage...
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Comparison of lidocaine with articaine buccal injection in reducing complications following impacted mandibular third molar surgery: a split-mouth randomized clinical trial

Naghipour A, Esmaeelinejad M, Dehnad SV, Shahi A, Jarrahi A

Background: Complications following impacted third molar surgery significantly affect patients’ quality of life during the immediate postoperative period. This study aimed to achieve the proper anesthesia method by comparing the...
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Single buccal infiltration of high concentration lignocaine versus articaine in maxillary third molar surgery

Phyo HE, Chaiyasamut T, Kiattavorncharoen S, Pairuchvej V, Bhattarai BP, Wongsirichat N

Background: This research evaluated the numbness produced by lignocaine at an equal or higher concentration than that of 4% articaine through a single point of injection for maxillary third molar...
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Optimal effect-site concentration of remifentanil to prevent hemodynamic changes during nasotracheal intubation using a video laryngoscope

Yoon JY, Park CG, Kim EJ, Choi BM, Yoon JU, Kim YH, Lee MO, Han KS, Ahn JH

Background: Nasotracheal intubation is the most commonly used method to secure the field of view when performing surgery on the oral cavity or neck. Like orotracheal intubation, nasotracheal intubation uses...
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Effect of warming local anesthesia solutions before intraoral administration in dentistry: a systematic review

Tirupathi SP, Rajasekhar S

Background: The aim of the present systematic review was to evaluate and compare the efficacy of warmed and unwarmed local anesthesia solutions in reduction of pain during intraoral injection administration. Methods:...
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Can single buccal infiltration with 4% articaine induce sufficient analgesia for the extraction of primary molars in children: a systematic literature review

Tirupathi SP, Rajasekhar S

This systematic review aims to determine if a single buccal infiltration (without palatal infiltration in the maxilla and Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block in the mandible) with 4% articaine can induce...
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