Vibrating injections don't hurt permanent tooth buds
Does using computer-controlled local anesthetic delivery technology for an intraligamentary injection on primary teeth in pediatric patients cause damage to the underlying, developing adult permanent tooth? Not according to a new study in the International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry. Intraligamental anesthesia delivered by a high-pressure syringe often is associated with damage to the periodontal tissue. Developmental disturbances to the underlying permanent tooth buds are another potential complication.
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