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When loading the syringe, selection of the correct anesthesia for the procedure is based on what 2 things?
1. medical history
2. dentists professional judgement
The barrel on a syringe is composed of what 2 parts?
piston rod and harpoon
T/F Lidocaine to anesthesize tooth #12 will have a yellow cap.
False

"yel=low"
"blu=up"
T/F An "aspiring" syringe allows you to pull back on the stopper and see blood if the needle is improperly injected into a blood vessel.
True.

Blood visible in the carpule is bad, find another location.
T/F Anesthetic reaches nerves faster in the mandible than the maxilla.
False.

Maxilla less dense = faster
T/F To anesthetize tooth #31 anesthesia can be administered into the mental foramen.
False.

Mental foramen injection = inferior alveolar nerve but ONLY to premolars
T/F The buccinator is located in the soft tissues of the cheek and does not pass thru the mental foramen.
True.
T/F Anesthetizing the lingual of tooth #6 requires a painful injection into the incisive papilla.
True.

Ant LINGUALS = nasopalatine nerve located in the incisive foramen covered by the incisive papilla lingual to the midline of the max central incisors