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This study aimed to compare the effects of mandibular and intraligamentary anesthesia techniques on pain scores during restorative treatment of permanent mandibular molars in pediatric patients. Additionally, comparing the anesthesia techniques in terms of injection pain, the success of anesthesia, postoperative complications, and the subjects' preference was planned. This randomized, controlled, cross-over, single-blind, split-mouth study was conducted on 78 subjects aged 6 to 12 years. Subjects with enamel-dentin caries on the bilateral permanent mandibular molar were included.

Clinical Trial Description

First, the subjects who met the inclusion criteria in the study were included in 2 study groups according to age, gender, dental experience, DMFT / dmft values, and ICDAS II and radiographic evaluation criteria. Two different anesthesia techniques were applied to the right / left permanent first molar teeth of the patients included in the study, with an interval of one week. The subjects have been divided into two groups as 39 subjects were Group 1 received intraligamentary anesthesia in the first visit, and 39 subjects were Group 2 received mandibular anesthesia in the first session. The pain perception rates of the patients during the injection and treatment phases were recorded subjectively using a visual analog scale and Wong-Baker FACES pain rating scale. Heart rate and arterial oxygen saturation were determined as the physiological parameters. The quality of anesthesia and success were evaluated by the operation at the end of each visit. Complications (pain, raised teeth, hematoma, trauma due to lip/tongue bites, swelling, infection, and bleeding) were explained to the patients after anesthesia. They were asked to take note of the complications they encountered. Postoperative complications were recorded by calling the cases 1 day after the 1st and 2nd visits. At the end of the second visit, anesthesia preference of the patient was asked and recorded. ;

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NCT number NCT05115773
Study type Interventional
Source Izmir Katip Celebi University
Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date February 25, 2020
Completion date August 31, 2020

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