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Intraosseous Anesthesia as a Primary Technique for Local Anesthesia in Dentistry

@inproceedings{Tom2015IntraosseousAA,
  title={Intraosseous Anesthesia as a Primary Technique for Local Anesthesia in Dentistry},
  author={Kaitlyn Tom and Johan Aps},
  year={2015}
}
Objective:The aim of this study was to conduct a literature review to determine reasons for which local anesthesia in dentistry can fail and to assess solutions to these 
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