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Management of Raynaud's Syndrome following local anesthesia in dentistry
Research, Society and Development
Raynaud's Syndrome (RS) is generally characterized by either ischemic or hyperemic symptoms and is relatively frequent in patients hypersensitive to cold or with emotional stress. This phenomenon usually cease after no more than some minutes, however, can persist for hours Its treatment is aimed at promoting vasodilation i.e., warming procedures. Anxiety control prior to surgical procedure helps in prevention the occurrence of RS. Despite RS following local dental anesthesia being rare,doi:10.33448/rsd-v11i2.25194 fatcat:mtdejkxi5nb5zbd4shmy2gpufy