Received 25/08/2023
DOI: 10.35556/idr-2023-3(104)26-32
Evaluation of the efficiency of intraosseous aesthesia in clinical dentistry

Telyanova Yu.V. 1, ORCID ID: 0000-0002-1743-6850, Stomatov D.V. 1, ORCID ID: 0000–0002–3271–971X, Chuvashova A.K. 2, ORCID ID: 0009-0009-6669-332, Makarova N.I. 2, ORCID ID: 0000-0002-9431-2165
1Penza Institute For Further Training of Physicians
440060, Russia, Penza, Stasova St., 8A
2“U-Dent” LLC
440000, Russia, Penza, Pushkina St., 7

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The article analyzes the effectiveness of intrabone anesthesia in the treatment of the lateral group of teeth on the upper jaw. It was established that 1 minute after the intraosseous anesthesia, all patients completely lacked pain sensitivity of the mucous membrane from the vestibular and palatine sides of the alveolar process. A similar pattern was observed 5, 10 and 30 minutes after the injection of the anesthetic. 60 minutes after the introduction of the anesthetic, a narrowing of the pain relief zones was noted. After the end of the anesthetic effect, compensatory reactions aimed at restoring the level of gingival oxygenation persisted. It was also revealed that during the study, all indicators corresponded to the norm of the ongoing process, indicating that the use of intraosseous anesthesia avoids local complications. It was concluded, that intraosseous anesthesia with modern injectors is highly effective and does not affect tissue trophism in the area of anesthesia, which allows the use of this technique for use in clinical practice.

anesthesia, intraosseous anesthesia, anesthetic.

For citation: Telyanova Yu.V., Stomatov D.V., Chuvashova A.K., Makarova N.I. Evaluation of the effectiveness of intraosseous anesthesia in clinical dentistry. Stomatology for All / Int. Dental Review. 2023; no.3(104): 26-32 (In Russian). doi: 10.35556/idr-2023-3(104)26-32


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