Dental Anesthetic Buffering Agent. Anesthetic buffering agents can make injectable anesthesia easier on patients, by making the injection more comfortable without decreasing the effectiveness of the anesthetic. These buffering agents can be a solution of sodium bicarbonate which mixes with lidocaine with epinephrine anesthetics to buffer the pH

On the opposite side, after the buffering device was used to mix the components within the anesthetic carpule, patients received injections of 2% lidocaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine buffered 9:1 Successful Local Anesthesia: What Endodontists Need to Jan 24, 2017 Anutra Local Anesthetic Delivery - The Dental Advisor New Anutra Local Anesthetic Delivery System is a buffering and delivery system that raises the pH of the injected solution from approximately 3.5-3.9 to an effective pH neutral range, similar to that naturally found in the body by combining lidocaine and sodium bicarbonate. The buffering and delivery system reduce onset time for profound local

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