The management of pain in dentistry encompasses variety of procedural problems, including the delivery of anesthetic and therefore the management of postprocedural pain, as well as as pain diagnosis, management methods for orofacial conditions that cause pain in the face and head, and therefore the management of pain in special populations. Given the in depth nature of the subject, the study of pharmacology and pain control covers a vast array of pain definitions and mechanisms, acute versus chronic pain, and focuses on management methods regarding anesthetic delivery and therefore the management of pain following dental procedures.
Pharmacology and Pain Control
Learn how various drugs and medications are administered and their affects.
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