Dental Block Infusion Training

This comprehensive course will enable you to confidently perform dental block infusion as a Practitioner once you have passed the course.

The course consists of theory where you will get an understanding of what dental block infusion is and its health benefits and then practical training and assessment where you will learn about the equipment you will use and how to administer dental block infusion safely.

Finally there is a short quiz at the end to test your understanding of the course.

The course is Certified by the CPD

Provided By SkinnPro

Dental Block Infusion

Course Information

Course Requirements:

Pre-requisite Level 3 Beauty or equivalent required

Course Duration:

This course takes place over one day

Key Learning Points:

  • Client Selection
  • General Contraindications
  • Product
  • Pharmaceutical form
  • Clinical particulars
  • Posology and method of administration
  • What are the two classes of local anesthetics?
  • What is the most common local anesthetic?
  • Amide type
  • Contraindications
  • Systemic toxicity or other complications
  • List of adverse reactions
  • Acute systemic toxicity
  • Interaction with other medicinal products and other forms of interaction
  • Pharmacodynamic properties
  • Pharmacokinetic properties
  • Pharmaceutical particulars
  • Special precautions for storage
  • Nerve blocks
  • The area of distribution of areas innervated by different nerves of the maxilla and mandible.    1
  • Nerves of the mouth
  • Nerve block areas
  • Types of Injection Procedures
  • General Considerations
  • Onset and duration of Anaesthesia
  • Posterior superior alveolar nerve
  • Anterior Superior Alveolar Nerve
  • Equipment
  • Procedural Instructions
  • Injection Technique
  • Technique for Upper and Lower Lip Anesthesia – Infiltration Approach
  • Injection pattern for local anaesthetic injection to the upper and lower lip

Dental Block Infusion Training


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