Local Anaesthesia in Dentistry PDF
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The significance of local anaesthesia in the world of dentistry can hardly be underestimated. Local anaesthesia ensures, for one thing, that dental treatment may be a comfortable and painless experience for the patient. It also enables the dentist to carry out the treatment in a calm and concentrated manner.
The use of local anaesthesia in dentistry for adults and children requires a thorough knowledge of anatomy, pharmacology and the manner in which the anaesthetic must be administered. Besides this, of course, it is also necessary to possess knowledge of the local and systemic complications and of the use of local anaesthesia in so-called patients ‘at risk’. This book deals extensively with all these topics, as well as legal aspects.
Local Anaesthesia in Dentistry is aimed mainly at dentists and dental students. The book will also be of service to those training to be a dental or medical specialist. The editors, J.A. Baart and H.S. Brand, must be complimented for the design of the book and for the collaboration they secured from the authors, all experts in this subject. They have succeeded in providing the reader with the necessary information in a balanced way. Indeed, it is an easy-to-read and clearly illustrated manual.
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