PAIN PERCEPTION IN DIFFERENT INJECTION TECHNIQUES IN PAEDIATRIC DENTISTRY: AN ORIGINAL RESEARCH.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 3056-3061
AbstractPediatric dentists commonly face with the task of giving the local anesthetic to the children who are dreaded of the procedure. There has been a focus worldwide to make any procedure as less as possible for all be it adult or child patient. There are very few studies regarding the efficacy of the cold and vibration application during the injection techniques. Along these lines, the reason for this examination was to assess the efficacy of a local anesthetic procedure without topical application when contrasted to the conventional insertion technique for alleviating pain in children receiving local anesthesia injections and also to compare the pain perception and comfort of patient between conventional and Buzzy system.
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