Posttraumatic midface pain: clinical significance of the anterior superior alveolar nerve
and Canalis Sinuosus.
Inferior alveolar nerve
block which was seldom missed by dentists can be replaced by buccal infiltration with articaine which showed good results because of it bone penetration properties.
The effect of premedication with ibuprofen and indomethacin on the success of inferior alveolar nerve
block for teeth with irreversible pulpitis.
Despite these advantages, SSO is underused for access to mandibular lesions because of the potential for complications, such as unintended fractures or injury to the inferior alveolar nerve
Piezoelectric surgical system was used to perform the osteotomy (Figure 4(b)), and following its completion the inferior alveolar nerve
was noted to be intact (Figure 4(c)).
Evaluation of risk injury to the inferior alveolar nerve
with classical sagittal split osteotomy technique and proposed alternative surgical techniques using computer-assisted surgery.
Four variables, including recurrence, pathological fracture, secondary infection and inferior alveolar nerve
injury, were used to assess the clinical efficacy of the combination treatment of 3D reconstruction and endoscopy for the enucleation of mandibular KCOT.
Shieh, "Concomitant horner and harlequin syndromes after inferior alveolar nerve
block anesthesia," Journal of Endodontics, vol.
(a GWAS research on genetic factors [as well as other risk factors like age, sex, and education] contributing to fears of medical/dental pain, severe pain, and minor pain); "Sensitivity, Specificity, Predictive Values, and Accuracy of Three Diagnostic Tests to Predict Inferior Alveolar Nerve
Blockade Failure in Symptomatic Irreversible Pulpitis" by D.
Branemark, "Fixture stability and nerve function after transposition and lateralization of the inferior alveolar nerve
and fixture installation," British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, vol.
ORN can predispose patients to recurrent infection, orocutaneous fistula, pathological fracture, and injury to inferior alveolar nerve
In this case report, a patient with an infratemporal fossa infection presenting with an unusual symptom of inferior alveolar nerve
involvement is presented.
The cyst was enucleated with some difficulty, especially in the lower part along the alveolar nerve
. The continuity of the alveolar nerve
In our case due to multifocal involvement of the jaws, preauricular area, parotid, and TMJ and due to osteolytic enlargement of the mandibular canal, there is a possibility that the tumor has originated from medial and lower branches (inferior alveolar nerve
) of TGN and facial nerve .