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Child had dental filling done. Is it normal to use local anesthetic injection?

My 8 y/o daughter had a filling done yesterday, UR between A & B. Most all of the visit was just as I had anticipated and prepared her for with the exception of one thing. Is it typical to administer a local anesthetic by injection to the center of the palate for this type of filling? It was extremely painful for her and as a parent, difficult to watch. Thank you in advance for your input.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Hello dear
Actully administing local anaesthesia depends upon whether cavity is deep or shallow.If it is very deep then LA administration is essential.So its a part of dental treatment most often.Dont worry it wont harm your kid in any ways.But motivation of the kid regarding this is quiet essential.
Dr. Amit k. Gaba
Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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