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Local Anesthesia: Reasons for Failure and Remedies for Success

Local Anesthesia: Reasons for Failure and Remedies for Success

Local Anesthesia: Reasons for Failure and Remedies for Success

David Isen, BSc, D.D.S.
David Isen, BSc, D.D.S.
on behalf of Septodont USA

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Launch date: 27 Feb 2017
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Last updated: 17 May 2018

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Description

A dentist cannot claim to achieve complete local anesthesia 100% of the time. Although local anesthetics are usually predictable in their ability to create complete numbness, there are times when the patient feels pain and discomfort even after many injections. This CE webinar will explore the reasons for incomplete local anesthesia. A discussion regarding anatomy, pharmacology and patient factors and to how they relate to deficient anesthesia will be presented. Methods to achieve as close to 100% success as possible will be highlighted.

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The objective of this course is to gain a deeper understanding of Local Anesthesia: Reasons for Failure and Remedies for Success.
David Isen, BSc, D.D.S.

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David Isen, BSc, D.D.S.
on behalf of Septodont USA

David’s dental clinic is an anaesthesia-based practice in Toronto treating patients who require intravenous sedation or advanced techniques in local anaesthesia. Many of these people have special medical needs or are dental phobic. David is a past president of the Ontario Dental Society of Anaesthesiology not current and the second change is that I have give over 300 presentations. As a lecturer, he holds positions with the University of Western Ontario’s continuing education program and formerly at the University of Toronto. David has given almost two hundred presentations throughout North America and around the world. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Dentistry International, The International College of Dentists and The Pierre Fauchard Academy. David is the author of numerous journal articles. He also has peer-reviewed articles for a variety of dental journals and as well has acted as a consultant for dental and pharmaceutical companies.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program ( ADA CERP)
  • 1.00 Credits

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