HOW IT WORKS
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Listed below are the main sensory nerves that the OraChill® touches. Note: In the mouth, and the furcation area, nerves can and do seek their own paths vis-à-vis the particular anatomy of the patient.
The Maxilla (buccal):
1. Anterior superior nerves and its Alveolar branches-run in their canal and via the superior dental plexus (main area of branching) to the incisors, canines, premolars (pre-first molar) and first molar tooth.
2. Superior dental plexus-situated in the bone above the roots of the teeth and formed by the superior Alveolar rami.
3. Superior dental branches-the branches for the individual roots of the teeth.
4. Posterior Superior Alveolar-divides into two branches and runs forward above the tooth sockets. There it forms a plexus with the Superior Alveolar and dental branches to the upper first molar into the pre-molar, canine and incisor teeth.
1. Inferior Alveolar-the largest branch in the mandible with sensory components. It courses through the body of the mandible giving branches to the lower teeth and gums.
2. Lingual-entirely sensory and descends to the Inferior Alveolar, sometimes joined to the Inferior Alveolar via a communicating twig. OraChill provides proximal cryoanesthesia to the Lingual nerve.
3. Inferior Dental Plexus/branches-found within the mandibular canal-giving rise to the rami for the mandibular teeth.
4. Mental-a sensory nerves exiting the Mental foramen below the second premolar tooth. The Mental branches joined the labial branches to the lower teeth
- Each OraChill box contains 3 mouthpieces, which are totally re-usable.
- OraChill is latex-free and DEHP-free. It has been FDA approved and successfully tested in patient trials.
- Full instructions are included with the product.
- Each OraChill mouthpiece is filled with a non-toxic saline-based solution.