December 1921
Journal of Dental Research;Dec1921, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p367
Academic Journal
This article discusses the results of a research study conducted to determine whether it is possible to focus the effects of general anesthesia of the mouth on the maxillary bicuspid teeth using a conduction method. The study finds that the injection of a novocain-suprarenin solution into the infraorbitol canal will anesthetize the middle superior dental nerve.


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