International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences
2018, Vol. 4 Issue 3, Part F
Extraction of permanent maxillary posterior teeth using only single buccal infiltration of 2% lidocaine
AUTHOR(S): Mandeep Sharma, Maduri Palekar, Mareia Francis, Bhaskar Roy and Abhijit George
ABSTRACT:Background & Objectives:
In oral surgery procedure like extraction multiple pricks may cause painful experience many invention modern injection techniques are used, but palatal injection still remain traumatic experience for the patient due to high nerve supply and mucosal adherent to periosteum. The objective of this study is to compare the efficiency of single buccal infiltration of 2% lignocaine in maxillary premolar and molar tooth extraction.
Methodology: A study was carried on 70 patients of age group 20-60 years who required maxillary premolar and molar tooth extraction in a randomized controlled manner. Single buccal infiltration of 1.8ml of lignocaine solution was given randomly to 30 patients in maxillary premolar tooth group A and 40 patients in maxillary molar in group B. Objective signs were checked. Postoperatively VAS score and FPS score was noted.
Results: In group A (maxillary premolar) extraction was done symptoms free in 25 patients. Additional injection was required in 5 case. In group B (maxillary molar), in 40 patients extraction was done out of which in 22 patients extraction was symptoms free. Additional injection was required in 18 cases. The VAS score and FPS score values for both the groups showed a statistically significant difference (p value <0.05) between the two groups.
Interpretation & Conclusion: The single buccal infiltration of 1.8ml lignocaine with a latency period of 10 minutes can be used for extracting permanent maxillary premolar whereas maxillary molar teeth require an additional palatal injection.
Pages: 385-387 | 446 Views 5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Mandeep Sharma, Maduri Palekar, Mareia Francis, Bhaskar Roy and Abhijit George. Extraction of permanent maxillary posterior teeth using only single buccal infiltration of 2% lidocaine. International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences. 2018; 4(3): 385-387.