The Art and Science of Buffering Anesthetics
|Saturday, February 2, 2013||1:00 PM - 3:00 PM|
|Course Code: 726SL||
|Room Location: BCEC, Exhibit Classroom A||2 CE Hours
|| Michael Falkel, DDS
is the chief medical officer and founder of Onpharma Inc. and maintains a general practice in Monterey, CA.
OnPharma Inc. Lecture
This presentation will provide an overview of anesthetic performance including the real time course of analgesia and the factors that contribute to inconsistent anesthetic performance. A novel ex-vivo alkalization (buffering) system will be described along with the role buffering anesthetic plays in "Defining the Future" of local anesthesia in dentistry.
›› Review the time course of local anesthesia as it relates to procedures in dentistry
›› Discuss the role of pH and dissolved CO2 in anesthetic performance
›› Understand how anesthetic buffering can help to manage latency issues
›› Learn the value that buffered anesthetics can provide in enhancing practice productivity
Recommended Audience: D, H
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