THE TRIGEMINAL NERVE
• The trigeminal nerve
arises as a short, thick
sensory trunk and a
smaller motor
component from the
ventrolateral aspect ...
• Sensory to the
following structures:
1. the face,
2. the greater part of the
scalp,
3. the teeth,
4. the oral and nasal
...
Motor to the following
structures:
1. the masticatory
muscles,
2. the anterior belly of
the digastric,
3. tensor tympani,
...
ROUTE OF THE TRIGEMINAL NERVE
• The nerve passes anteriorly
over the petrous temporal
ridge into a tunnel of dura
mater (trigeminal or
Meckel’s cave) wi...
V1 - Opthalmic N.
(Sensory)
V2 - Maxillary N.
( Sensory)
V3 -Mandibular N.
(Mixed)
THE OPHTHALMIC NERVE
• The superior and the smallest of the trigeminal
division, and is wholly sensory. It supplies the
following:
1. the eyeba...
Passes thru the supraorbital fissure and divides
into three branches:
1. Lacrimal n.
2. Frontal n.
3. Nasociliary n.
The Lacrimal Nerve
- the smallest of the
main ophthalmic
branches
- enters the orbit
through the lateral
part of the
supra...
The Frontal Nerve
- the largest of the
ophthalmic division
- enters the orbit by the
supraorbital fissure
- has 2 branches...
The Nasociliary Nerve
- intermediate size between
the frontal and lacrimal
nerves
- has 4 branches:
a. Short ciliary n.,
b...
THE MAXILLARY NERVE
- The intermediate division of the trigeminal nerve is wholly
sensory.
- It leaves the trigeminal ganglion between the oph...
Branches:
1. Meningeal Nerve
2. Branches to the
Sphenopalatine
Ganglion
3. Zygomatic Nerve
4. Posterior Superior
Alveolar ...
Location of the Branches of the Maxillary Nerve:
In the cranial cavity Meningeal
In the pterygopalatine fossa Ganglionic,
...
IOForamenInfraorbital canal
THE MANDIBULAR NERVE
• The largest trigeminal division, and is both sensory and
motor,exits the skull through the foramen ovale.
• It supplies ...
MF
N. To Medial Pterygoid
Anterior Division
1
4
3
2
MF
N. To Medial Pterygoid
Posterior Division
1
3
2
Injection Techniques
Local Infiltration
Local Infiltration of Individual Teeth
Local Infiltration of Maxillary Teeth
(Incisive Fossa)
Local Infiltration of Maxillary Teeth
(Canine Ridge)
Local Infiltration of Maxillary Teeth
(Canine Fossa)
Local Infiltration of
Palatal Mucosa and Gingiva
Nerve Blocks
ASAN and MSAN Nerve Block
(Infraorbital)
• Nerves
Blocked:
1. Terminal
branches of
the
infraorbital
nerve
2. ASAN
3. MSAN
PSAN Nerve Block
Nasopalatine Nerve Block
Greater Palatine Nerve Block
Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block
Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block
Gow-Gates Mandibular Nerve Block
• Nerves
blocked:
1. Inferior
alveolar
nerve
2. Lingual
nerve
3. Long buccal
nerve
4. Aur...
Akenosi (Closed Mouth)
Mandibular Nerve Block
• Nerves
blocked:
1. Inferior
alveolar
nerve
1. Lingual nerve
2. Long buccal...
Mental and Incisive Nerve Block
• Nerves
blocked:
1. Mental
nerve
2. Incisive
branch of
the inferior
alveolar
nerve
Lingual Nerve Block
Long Buccal Nerve Block
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  1. 1. THE TRIGEMINAL NERVE
  2. 2. • The trigeminal nerve arises as a short, thick sensory trunk and a smaller motor component from the ventrolateral aspect of the pons.
  3. 3. • Sensory to the following structures: 1. the face, 2. the greater part of the scalp, 3. the teeth, 4. the oral and nasal cavities, 5. the dura mater
  4. 4. Motor to the following structures: 1. the masticatory muscles, 2. the anterior belly of the digastric, 3. tensor tympani, 4. tensor veli palatini, 5. and the mylohyoid.
  5. 5. ROUTE OF THE TRIGEMINAL NERVE
  6. 6. • The nerve passes anteriorly over the petrous temporal ridge into a tunnel of dura mater (trigeminal or Meckel’s cave) within the middle cranial fossa. Within the cave, the nerve flattens out as the large trigeminal (semilunar) ganglion • And this, in turn, gives rise to three divisions:
  7. 7. V1 - Opthalmic N. (Sensory) V2 - Maxillary N. ( Sensory) V3 -Mandibular N. (Mixed)
  8. 8. THE OPHTHALMIC NERVE
  9. 9. • The superior and the smallest of the trigeminal division, and is wholly sensory. It supplies the following: 1. the eyeball, 2. the lacrimal gland and conjunctiva, 3. part of the nasal mucosa, 4. the skin of the nose, eyelids, forehead and part of the scalp.
  10. 10. Passes thru the supraorbital fissure and divides into three branches: 1. Lacrimal n. 2. Frontal n. 3. Nasociliary n.
  11. 11. The Lacrimal Nerve - the smallest of the main ophthalmic branches - enters the orbit through the lateral part of the supraorbital fissure
  12. 12. The Frontal Nerve - the largest of the ophthalmic division - enters the orbit by the supraorbital fissure - has 2 branches: a. Supraorbital N. b. Supratrochlear N.
  13. 13. The Nasociliary Nerve - intermediate size between the frontal and lacrimal nerves - has 4 branches: a. Short ciliary n., b. Long ciliary n., c. Anterior and posterior ethmoidal n. d. Infratrochlear n.
  14. 14. THE MAXILLARY NERVE
  15. 15. - The intermediate division of the trigeminal nerve is wholly sensory. - It leaves the trigeminal ganglion between the ophthalmic and mandibular divisions to pass through the foramen rotundum.
  16. 16. Branches: 1. Meningeal Nerve 2. Branches to the Sphenopalatine Ganglion 3. Zygomatic Nerve 4. Posterior Superior Alveolar Nerve 5. Infraorbital Nerve
  17. 17. Location of the Branches of the Maxillary Nerve: In the cranial cavity Meningeal In the pterygopalatine fossa Ganglionic, Zygomatic, Posterior Superior Alveolar In the infraorbital canal Middle superior alveolar, Anterior superior alveolar On the face Palpebral, Nasal, Superior labial
  18. 18. IOForamenInfraorbital canal
  19. 19. THE MANDIBULAR NERVE
  20. 20. • The largest trigeminal division, and is both sensory and motor,exits the skull through the foramen ovale. • It supplies the following structures: a. the teeth and the gums of the mandible, b. The skin in the temporal region, c. Part of the auricle including the external meatus and tympanum, d. The lower lip, e. The lower part of the face , f. The muscles of mastication, g. The mucosa of the anterior 2/3s of the tongue, h. And the mucosa of the floor of the mouth
  21. 21. MF N. To Medial Pterygoid
  22. 22. Anterior Division 1 4 3 2
  23. 23. MF N. To Medial Pterygoid
  24. 24. Posterior Division 1 3 2
  25. 25. Injection Techniques
  26. 26. Local Infiltration
  27. 27. Local Infiltration of Individual Teeth
  28. 28. Local Infiltration of Maxillary Teeth (Incisive Fossa)
  29. 29. Local Infiltration of Maxillary Teeth (Canine Ridge)
  30. 30. Local Infiltration of Maxillary Teeth (Canine Fossa)
  31. 31. Local Infiltration of Palatal Mucosa and Gingiva
  32. 32. Nerve Blocks
  33. 33. ASAN and MSAN Nerve Block (Infraorbital) • Nerves Blocked: 1. Terminal branches of the infraorbital nerve 2. ASAN 3. MSAN
  34. 34. PSAN Nerve Block
  35. 35. Nasopalatine Nerve Block
  36. 36. Greater Palatine Nerve Block
  37. 37. Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block
  38. 38. Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block
  39. 39. Gow-Gates Mandibular Nerve Block • Nerves blocked: 1. Inferior alveolar nerve 2. Lingual nerve 3. Long buccal nerve 4. Auriculo- temporal nerve
  40. 40. Akenosi (Closed Mouth) Mandibular Nerve Block • Nerves blocked: 1. Inferior alveolar nerve 1. Lingual nerve 2. Long buccal nerve 3. Auriculo- temporal nerve
  41. 41. Mental and Incisive Nerve Block • Nerves blocked: 1. Mental nerve 2. Incisive branch of the inferior alveolar nerve
  42. 42. Lingual Nerve Block
  43. 43. Long Buccal Nerve Block
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