A supraperiosteal nerve block (aka periapical nerve block) is a quick and easy way to anesthetize one or two teeth. Using a local anesthetic, inject 1-2 ml in the mucobuccal fold where the gingiva meets the buccal mucosa, aiming your needle towards the root of the tooth.
Allan M. - February 14, 2021 4:50 AM
I haven't done this so I have no experience.
Onset effect time? How long does the effect last? Lido/Bupi
I know the theory but as I said, no experience with teeth