Anaesthesia

What is it?

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Absence of all sensation; insensibility. The term most commonly refers to anaesthesia that is induced artificially for medical purposes.

Anesthesia: types

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Two types of anaesthesia are used: local and general.

Anesthesia: Usage

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Dental Loss of sensation induced in a patient to prevent pain during dental treatment.

For minor procedures

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a local anaesthetic (see anaesthesia, local) is injected either into the gum at the site being treated or into the nerve a short distance away (called a peripheral nerve block).

For complicated procedure

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such as periodontal (gum) surgery and multiple tooth extractions, general anaesthesia is carried out (see anaesthesia, general). anaesthesia,
December 14, 2019

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