Give It Your Best Shot by Dr. John A. Batlle III

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Injection technique tips for palatal anesthesia


by Dr. John A. Batlle III


For beginning practitioners, developing an effective local anesthesia injection technique is an excellent way to help grow your practice. This can be done without the inconvenience of buffering solutions and avoiding the expense of products such as The Wand.

This gallery compiles a few suggestions that most dentists should find helpful.

Author Bio
Author Dr. John A. Batlle III graduated from the University of Florida College of Dentistry in 1983, then served as an assistant dental director and senior dentist with the Florida Department of Corrections. He concurrently served in the U.S. Navy Reserve for 26 years, retiring as a captain. In the final decade of his military career, Batlle was attached to the Marines and provided dental support for deployments around the world. For the past 11 years, Batlle has been in solo private practice at Southwest Family Dentistry in Lake City, Florida. He holds a courtesy clinical assistant professor position at the U.F. College of Dentistry, and has provided faculty support on several of the U.F. dental student mission trips to Central and South America.
 
 

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