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How to Give a Painless Palatal Injection

Description:
Most patients are extremely anxious about any form of dental treatment however once they are in the chair and they have had the local anaesthetic administered they generally relax into the treatment. One of the reasons for this is the anxiety related to the local anaesthesia. One of the most painful injections is the palatal injections. There area number of devices out there that purport to give a painless palatal injection (PPI). In this short video we demonstrate a technique that shows how to give a PPI without any special instrumentation except time and patience. This is something that is quick to learn and a phenomenal practice builder.

Date Added:
9/18/2019

Author(s):

Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD, PhD Howard Gluckman, BDS, MChD, PhD
Dr Gluckman completed his dental training at the university of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg in 1990. After spending a number of years in a general practice he complete...
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Questions & Comments
Abdulkarim Salem - (1/21/2021 1:29 PM)

Thank you

Sonali Bassi - (1/30/2020 9:55 AM)

helpful tip Sir!

JAMES TINNIN - (9/23/2019 1:37 PM)

vendor megagen injection device

JAMES TINNIN - (9/23/2019 1:29 PM)

Megagen injection device

Rohit Agrawal - (9/23/2019 10:41 AM)

nice tip

Paul Rabbath - (9/20/2019 5:14 AM)

can this technique be used for the premolar and molar area?

james tran - (8/22/2015 4:24 AM)

Taught this at university but never used it in real life - thanks for the reminder

Howard Gluckman - (6/4/2015 7:34 AM)

James this is a MIlestone STA electronic local anaesthesia device with a very small needle but it can be done with any of the other local device.

James Albani - (6/3/2015 4:02 PM)

what syringe and needle is that

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