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9 terms
BUCCAL
nerve anesthetized
structures anesthetized
needle
landmarks
long buccal nerve
buccal gingival soft tissue of mandibular molars
25 gauge long (immediately after IA injection) or 27 gauge sh…
most distal molar, anterior border of ramus, occlusal plane o…
nerve anesthetized
long buccal nerve
structures anesthetized
buccal gingival soft tissue of mandibular molars
6 terms
Buccal Mucosa
Stensen's Duct
Linea Alba
Cheek Biting
Fordyce Granule
Drains the parotid salivary gland; located oppisite the maxil…
Anomaly -- white line that begins at the corner of the mouth…
Hyperkeratinized epithelial tissue; chronic irritation to tis…
Ectopic sebacceous glands; chamois colored raised spots on th…
Stensen's Duct
Drains the parotid salivary gland; located oppisite the maxil…
Linea Alba
Anomaly -- white line that begins at the corner of the mouth…
Oral Cavity = Buccal Cavity
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Uvula
Tongue
Name the structure
Name the structure
Name the structure
Name the entire structure
Hard Palate
Name the structure
Soft Palate
Name the structure
11 terms
Buccal block
Nerves anesthetized
Teeth anesthetized
Other structures anesthetized
Needle gauge & length
Long buccal nerve
None
Buccal periodontium and gingiva of mandibular molars
25 gauge long if admin with IA... 27 gauge short if alone
Nerves anesthetized
Long buccal nerve
Teeth anesthetized
None
34 terms
Sublingual/Buccal
What is the principle barrier for drug…
Which oral mucosae membranes are not k…
what is the pH of saliva?
do buccal/sublingual absorbed drugs go…
epithelia
buccal and sublingual
7
no
What is the principle barrier for drug…
epithelia
Which oral mucosae membranes are not k…
buccal and sublingual
50 terms
Sublingual and Buccal
buccal
sublingual
how do drugs in the oral cavity achiev…
why do they achieve a local effect?
lining of the cheek (usually between the cheek and gums)
ventral and surface of the tongue and floor of the mouth
by absorption through SL epithelia
for conditions of the oral cavity (eg thrush)
buccal
lining of the cheek (usually between the cheek and gums)
sublingual
ventral and surface of the tongue and floor of the mouth
50 terms
BUCCAL AND SUBLINGUAL
oral transmucosal route consists of
which of the routes is considered both…
advantages of oral transmucosal delivery
limitations of oral transmucosal deliv…
sublingual route-under the tongue... buccal-lining of cheeks,les…
buccal
bypass hepatic first pass effect... avoidance of effects of food…
unstable drugs can't be administered... low permeability in bucc…
oral transmucosal route consists of
sublingual route-under the tongue... buccal-lining of cheeks,les…
which of the routes is considered both…
buccal
10 terms
Lip & Buccal Mucosa Swelling
Mucocele
Irritation Fibroma
Verruca Vulgaris
Multifocal epithelial hyperplasia
severed of duct & spillage of mucin... -frequent on lower lip ... (…
Buccal mucosa
Wart... -HPV 2, 4, 6, 10... -excisional biopsy
-pink nodular lesions with stippled flat-topped papillary sur…
Mucocele
severed of duct & spillage of mucin... -frequent on lower lip ... (…
Irritation Fibroma
Buccal mucosa
10 terms
Oral Cavity = Buccal Cavity
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Uvula
Tongue
Name the structure
Name the structure
Name the structure
Name the entire structure
Hard Palate
Name the structure
Soft Palate
Name the structure
Buccal and Tongue Abnormalities
Koplik spots
leukoplakia
candidasis
herpes simplex 1
small blue-white spots with irregular halo... early sign of meas…
chalky, white, thick raised patch... well-defined borders... firmly…
white, cheesy, curd-like patch on buccal mucosa and tongue; s…
on hard palate, grouped clear vesicles
Koplik spots
small blue-white spots with irregular halo... early sign of meas…
leukoplakia
chalky, white, thick raised patch... well-defined borders... firmly…
10 terms
Oral Cavity = Buccal Cavity
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Uvula
Tongue
Name the structure
Name the structure
Name the structure
Name the entire structure
Hard Palate
Name the structure
Soft Palate
Name the structure
31 terms
Buccal Cavity & Teeth
Buccal Cavity
Vestibule
Oral Fissure
Fauces
Mouth
space between the cheecks/lips and the teeth ... (space where y…
anterior opening between the lips
Opening from oral cavity into oropharynx
Buccal Cavity
Mouth
Vestibule
space between the cheecks/lips and the teeth ... (space where y…
10 terms
Oral Cavity = Buccal Cavity
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Uvula
Tongue
Name the structure
Name the structure
Name the structure
Name the entire structure
Hard Palate
Name the structure
Soft Palate
Name the structure
10 terms
Oral Cavity = Buccal Cavity
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Uvula
Tongue
Name the structure
Name the structure
Name the structure
Name the entire structure
Hard Palate
Name the structure
Soft Palate
Name the structure
17 terms
Administration buccale
Formes d'administration pour la cavité…
différentes muqueuses présente dans la…
muqueuse de la cavité orale
caractéristiques des différentes muque…
1. comprimés à sucer ou à croquer... 2. comprimés sublinguaux... 3.…
1. muqueuse masticatrice... 2. muqueuse bordante... 3. muqueuse spé…
épithélium kératinisé ou non... basal lamina... connective tissue... N…
1. buccal: non kératinisée et épaisseur de 500-600 um... 2. subl…
Formes d'administration pour la cavité…
1. comprimés à sucer ou à croquer... 2. comprimés sublinguaux... 3.…
différentes muqueuses présente dans la…
1. muqueuse masticatrice... 2. muqueuse bordante... 3. muqueuse spé…
19 terms
Bio Lab - Buccal Cavity
Epiglottis
Entrance to Esophagus
Glottis
Hyoid Bone
Epiglottis
Entrance to Esophagus
16 terms
tooth quiz buccal/labial
2.3 labial
2.5 buccal
4.2 labial
3.5 bucal
2.3 labial
2.5 buccal
14 terms
tooth quiz buccal/labial
4.2 labial... higher contact denotes mes…
3.5 bucal... definitely a 5 because of r…
3.3 labial
4.1 labial
4.2 labial... higher contact denotes mes…
3.5 bucal... definitely a 5 because of r…
27 terms
HP 6 Buccal Cavity & Throat
Enzyme
Catalyst
Activation Energy
Substrate
A protein that acts as a catalyst... Lowers activation energy f…
a substance that initiates or accelerates a chemical reaction…
Energy needed to get a reaction started
A specific reactant acted upon by an enzyme
Enzyme
A protein that acts as a catalyst... Lowers activation energy f…
Catalyst
a substance that initiates or accelerates a chemical reaction…
18 terms
Buccal and Sublingual Drug Delivery
What are the four primary areas for dr…
Describe the composition of saliva.
About how much saliva is secreted per…
What are some of the physical properti…
Buccal space: between the cheeks and gums... Buccal: the cheek r…
Saliva is primarily composed of water, mucus, protein, minera…
There's a fairly low basal secretion of saliva at about 0.5 m…
It is viscous, colorless and opalescent... It's hypotonic (110-…
What are the four primary areas for dr…
Buccal space: between the cheeks and gums... Buccal: the cheek r…
Describe the composition of saliva.
Saliva is primarily composed of water, mucus, protein, minera…
42 terms
Buccal pit and SS caries
Smooth surface caries location
Smooth surface caries shape
Demineralization/remineralization of s…
Arrested caries
Proximal enamel surface immediately gingival to the contact a…
Smooth surface lesion is V shaped with awide area of origin a…
Initial demineralization on the proximal surfaces is not dete…
Arrestng caries process: reslts in hard surface that may at t…
Smooth surface caries location
Proximal enamel surface immediately gingival to the contact a…
Smooth surface caries shape
Smooth surface lesion is V shaped with awide area of origin a…
20 terms
Lecture 6: Buccal Cavity
Tongue Primary GI Functions
Tongue non GI functions
Dentition
Homodants
Moving food bolus to back of the plate, triggering the swallo…
grooming, capturing prey, evaporative, cooling, forming words
mechanical digestion, small enough portions to swallow
have only one type of tooth morphology
Tongue Primary GI Functions
Moving food bolus to back of the plate, triggering the swallo…
Tongue non GI functions
grooming, capturing prey, evaporative, cooling, forming words
15 terms
Ceutics Buccal and Sublingual
Buccal Drug Delivery
Advantage of Buccal Delivery
Disadvantage of Buccal Delivery
Saliva
Administration of a drug via the buccal mucosa (lining of the…
-Precise Localization... -No First Pass... -Rapid Onset... -No Degrada…
-Over Hydration = slippery/ruptured surface... -Eating/Drinking…
Watery mixture of secretions from the salivary and oral mucou…
Buccal Drug Delivery
Administration of a drug via the buccal mucosa (lining of the…
Advantage of Buccal Delivery
-Precise Localization... -No First Pass... -Rapid Onset... -No Degrada…
Mandibular - buccal nerve block
Is buccal nerve anesthetized during IAN?
What sensory innvervation does buccal…
Advantages
Positive aspiration
No
Buccal soft tissues adjacent to mandi molars
High success... Technically easy
0.7%
Is buccal nerve anesthetized during IAN?
No
What sensory innvervation does buccal…
Buccal soft tissues adjacent to mandi molars
8 terms
Buccal mucosa bleeding time
Platelet count is on a what?
PT or one stage prothrombin time test…
PTT or activated partial thromboplasti…
A PT and PTT can either need to be what?
Hemocytometer using a unopette
Evaluate extrinsic coagulation pathway
Evaluates intrinsic coagulation pathway
Sen to outside lab or run on a SCA 2000 in house
Platelet count is on a what?
Hemocytometer using a unopette
PT or one stage prothrombin time test…
Evaluate extrinsic coagulation pathway
28 terms
Sublingual and Buccal drug delivery
purposes of administering to oral cavity
structure/properties of oral mucosae
Epithelium
Variations in oral mucosae
1)Systemic effect-absorption through buccal/SL epithelia... 2)Lo…
intermediate b/t intestinal mucosa and epidermis ... intermediat…
principle barrier for drug absorption
keratinization, thickness, permeability, saliva
purposes of administering to oral cavity
1)Systemic effect-absorption through buccal/SL epithelia... 2)Lo…
structure/properties of oral mucosae
intermediate b/t intestinal mucosa and epidermis ... intermediat…
13 terms
Ocular and Buccal DDS
1 disease of the eye
Drug categories of the eye
Successful Insert criteria
3 routes of administration
age-related macular degeneration
Antimicrobial/antibacterial... Antiviral... Antifungal... Antiallergen…
Physician and user acceptance... Ease of handling... Comfort... Lack o…
topical, intrascleral, fornix, subretinal, subconjunctival
1 disease of the eye
age-related macular degeneration
Drug categories of the eye
Antimicrobial/antibacterial... Antiviral... Antifungal... Antiallergen…
21 terms
tough pencils buccal DDs
Epithelium
saliva
Permeability
Disadvantage
high vascularized good for systemic circulation
ph 7, critical for drug delivery because it can dissolve de d…
small lipophilic drug are best absorbed
sometimes unpredictible bioavailability
Epithelium
high vascularized good for systemic circulation
saliva
ph 7, critical for drug delivery because it can dissolve de d…
72 terms
face, buccal, & oral cavity
lips
face skin
mucous membrane
vermillion zone
a mammalian feature
made up of keratinized epithelium to prevent water loss
non-keratinized epithelium
sharp line between lip & face
lips
a mammalian feature
face skin
made up of keratinized epithelium to prevent water loss
9 terms
Enteral - Buccal and Sublingual
The mouth is still one of the easiest…
Buccal
Sublingual
1.The patient was instructed to place…
...
Buccal refers to the area inside the cheek. The buccal area h…
Sublingual refers to the area under the tongue near many bloo…
buccal
The mouth is still one of the easiest…
...
Buccal
Buccal refers to the area inside the cheek. The buccal area h…
12 terms
Sublingual/buccal/nasal
asenapine
zolpidem
nitroglycerin SL tab
nitroglycerin SL spray
Saphris
Edluar, Intermezzo
Nitrostat
Nitrolingual, NitroMist
asenapine
Saphris
zolpidem
Edluar, Intermezzo
Sublingual/Buccal/Film/Sprays
Saphris
Edluar, Intermezzo
Nitrostat
Nitrolingual, NitroMist
asenapine SL tablet
zolpidem SL tablet
nitroglycerin SL tablet
nitroglycerin SL spray
Saphris
asenapine SL tablet
Edluar, Intermezzo
zolpidem SL tablet
16 terms
Frog buccal cavity
Maxillary teeth
Upper lip fold
Sulcus marginalis
Median subrostal fossa
Row of small conical teeth, margin of the upper jaw, designed…
Fold partly covering the upper jaw
Groove at the inner side of the maxillary teeth
Deeper depression of the sulcus marginalis
Maxillary teeth
Row of small conical teeth, margin of the upper jaw, designed…
Upper lip fold
Fold partly covering the upper jaw
24 terms
Oral/Buccal Cavity Vocabulary
buccal cavity
vestibule
lipids & carbohydrates
lingual frenulum
mouth
space between cheeks/lips
chemical & mechanical digestion
prevents swallowing of tongue; dense irregular connective, st…
buccal cavity
mouth
vestibule
space between cheeks/lips
63 terms
Buccal/sublingual Drug Delivery
drug delivery thru the oral cavity all…
SL
buccal
drugs taken by these ways allow
drug to be absorbed directly into the systemic circulation an…
under the tongue and on floor of the mouth
absorption through the cheeks
direct absorption to the systemic circulation which will bypa…
drug delivery thru the oral cavity all…
drug to be absorbed directly into the systemic circulation an…
SL
under the tongue and on floor of the mouth
15 terms
Buccal cavity 7
Maxillary teeth
Vomerine teeth
Upper lip
Sulcus marginalis
Minute conical teeth on the margin of the upper jaw
2 small particles, between internal nares
Fleshy fold adhering to the upper jaw
Groove at inner side of the maxillary teeth
Maxillary teeth
Minute conical teeth on the margin of the upper jaw
Vomerine teeth
2 small particles, between internal nares
18 terms
Oral, sublingual &buccal drugs
Buccal
Capsule
Elixir
Lavage
Inside of cheek
A gelatin container that holds a drug in a dry powder or liqu…
A clear liquid made up of a drug dissolved in alcohol and water
Washing out the stomach
Buccal
Inside of cheek
Capsule
A gelatin container that holds a drug in a dry powder or liqu…
32 terms
SL and Buccal Drug Delivery
buccal
sublingual
Two general purposes drugs to oral cav…
B) Anatomy and Physiology of the Oral…
-lining of cheeck (b/w cheek and gums)
-ventral surface of the tongue and floor of the mouth
1) systemic effect-absorption through buccal or S.L epitheali…
....
buccal
-lining of cheeck (b/w cheek and gums)
sublingual
-ventral surface of the tongue and floor of the mouth
11 terms
Buccal Nerve Block LB
Nerves Anesthetized
Areas anesthetized
Needle gauge/length
Operator/patient position
Long buccal
Soft tissues buccal to the mandibular molars
25 to 27 long; short if given alone
R: 8-9 or 10 o'clock... L: 4-3 or 2 o'clock
Nerves Anesthetized
Long buccal
Areas anesthetized
Soft tissues buccal to the mandibular molars
7 terms
Long Buccal Nerve Block
what nerves are anesthetized
what areas are anesthetized?
what kind of needle
area of insertion
anteirior division of V3 (long buccal nerve)
soft tissues and periosteum buccal to mand third molar
25 gauge long
mucous membrane distal and buccal to the most distal molar
what nerves are anesthetized
anteirior division of V3 (long buccal nerve)
what areas are anesthetized?
soft tissues and periosteum buccal to mand third molar
19 terms
Buccal/Sublingual & Lozenges
Advantages of Drug Delivery via Buccal…
Limitations of Buccal
Permeability of drug thru mucosa
Mucoadhesivity
Bypasses GIT, improved compliance, sustained drug delivery, r…
Frequent dosing (flushing action of saliva), mouth feel issue…
Transcellular - INTRAcellular, passing thru the cell... Paracell…
predom ANIONIC HYDROPHILICITY w/ hydrogen bond-forming groups…
Advantages of Drug Delivery via Buccal…
Bypasses GIT, improved compliance, sustained drug delivery, r…
Limitations of Buccal
Frequent dosing (flushing action of saliva), mouth feel issue…
10 terms
BUCCAL INJECTION SPECIFICS
Needle length?
Needle gauge?
Penetration site?
Depth of penetration?
Short can use a long if moving directly from the IA
27
Mucous membrane DISTAL and LATERAL to the posterior molar.
4mm. To osteo
Needle length?
Short can use a long if moving directly from the IA
Needle gauge?
27
20 terms
Buccal Nerve Block
what teeth are innervated by buccal ne…
what is innervated by the buccal nerve…
where does the the buccal nerve cross…
penetration site of Bucc nb
no teeth
periodontium and soft tissue buccal to molars
at the level of the occ plane
buccal fold just distal and buccal to the most dist molar tha…
what teeth are innervated by buccal ne…
no teeth
what is innervated by the buccal nerve…
periodontium and soft tissue buccal to molars
30 terms
L'examen buccal
Déposition de calcium sur la langue?
Les 5 types de lésions dentaires?
Les 3 mots pour désigner une diminutio…
Le traitement lors d'une dent retenue?
calcinosis circumscriptal
Nombre, grosseur, forme, structure, position
anodontie, oligodontie et hypodontie
Extraction le plus tôt possible, sauf si dent permanente abse…
Déposition de calcium sur la langue?
calcinosis circumscriptal
Les 5 types de lésions dentaires?
Nombre, grosseur, forme, structure, position
20 terms
Buccal Nerve Block
what teeth are innervated by buccal ne…
what is innervated by the buccal nerve…
where does the the buccal nerve cross…
penetration site of Bucc nb
no teeth
periodontium and soft tissue buccal to molars
at the level of the occ plane
buccal fold just distal and buccal to the most dist molar tha…
what teeth are innervated by buccal ne…
no teeth
what is innervated by the buccal nerve…
periodontium and soft tissue buccal to molars
Carcinoma of the Buccal mucosa and Gingiva
10
Men
7th
White patch, non healing, exophytic le…
Account for approximately ___% of oral squamous cell carcinoma
Gender predilection
Age predilection
Presenting clinical appearance varies from (3)
10
Account for approximately ___% of oral squamous cell carcinoma
Men
Gender predilection
10 terms
Buccal Nerve Block
What are the other names for the bucca…
Nerve Anesthetized
Areas Anesthetized
Needles Used
Long Buccal, Buccinators
Buccal (branch of V3)
All Soft tissue and periosteum buccal to mandibular molars
You can only use a long needle if you are performing a buccal…
What are the other names for the bucca…
Long Buccal, Buccinators
Nerve Anesthetized
Buccal (branch of V3)
18 terms
Buccal/ Mouth Cavity
Buccal/ Mouth Cavity
Maxillary Teeth
Sulcus Marginalis
Median subrostral fossa
Space posterior to the mouth
row of small conical teeth
Deep groove where lower jaw fits in
Depression posterior to the tip of the of the mouth
Buccal/ Mouth Cavity
Space posterior to the mouth
Maxillary Teeth
row of small conical teeth
9 terms
Long Buccal Nerve Block (LB)
25 or 27 gauge
Buccal tissues distal and buccal to la…
Buccal soft tissue and periosteum of m…
Syringe is parallel to posterior porti…
LB - Needle gauge used for the LB injection?
LB - Penetration site for the long buccal injection?
LB - Tissues anesthetized after a long buccal injection?
LB - Angle of delivery and penetration path during the long b…
25 or 27 gauge
LB - Needle gauge used for the LB injection?
Buccal tissues distal and buccal to la…
LB - Penetration site for the long buccal injection?
15 terms
Buccal & Sublingual drug delivery
Sublingual delivery
Buccal Delivery
local delivery
What are some reasons for buccal/subli…
floor of the mouth
lining of the cheek
cavity, principally ulcers, fungal conditions and periodontal…
1. avoids 1st pass metabolism (without going to the liver)... 2.…
Sublingual delivery
floor of the mouth
Buccal Delivery
lining of the cheek
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