WASHINGTON (AP) — His press secretary once described President Donald Trump as the “most tested man in America” when it came to COVID-19. And variations on that message were the White House ready response any time critics questioned the president’s lax approach to following guidelines for avoiding the novel coronavirus.
But that testing operation proved woefully insufficient in protecting the president and those who work for him at the White House, as evidenced by a string of positive tests over the past week for Trump, his wife and others in their orbit.
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There may actually be quite a few reasons why a dentist is unable to numb a patient’s mouth – Journal of the American Dental Association (1991).
Why dental injections may sometimes not work
1. Anatomic Variations – or everyone is a little different in understandable terms. Differences between people may include the following:
The jaw flares-out wider than others (making it harder for the dentist to visualize exactly where the nerve that needs numbing is), longer jaw bones or extra muscle and/or fat around the jaw, or people who have some missing back teeth are also reasons that may trick the dentist into think a nerve is in a certain place when it is actually in another.
Another consideration may include: the anatomy of a young person (stage of growth) – variable.
2. Dentist Errors – when considered that dentists are only human beings just like the rest of us … Read More