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technique

A particular method or way of doing something. The word comes from the Greek "techne," which is an art, craft or skill. See technology.
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The inferior alveolar, lingual, mylohyoid, mental, incisive, auriculotemporal, and buccal nerves are all blocked.1,11 Significant advantages of the Gow-Gates technique over IANB include its higher success rate, its lower incidence of positive aspiration (approximately 2% vs.
One research estimates that only 3.7% to 16.1% of clinicians having training in Gow-Gates technique use this injection technique primarily and between 35.4% and 56.3% of those trained in the Gow-Gates method never use this technique.15
The 2 most commonly used alternatives are Intraligamental injections and Gow-Gates technique.3