Patients' Perspective Regarding the Administration of Local Anesthesia by Dental Hygienists.

Conclusion: This qualitative study offers insight into the patient's perspective of dental hygienists administering LA. Participants supported dental hygienists administering LA and appreciated the aspects of patient-centered care that this practice provided. Patient participants were unclear on educational requirements and training, but supported legislation allowing dental hygienists to administer LA. PMID: 31628175 [PubMed - in process]
Source: Journal of Dental Hygiene - Category: Dentistry Tags: J Dent Hyg Source Type: research

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