How Long Does a Supraorbital Nerve Block Last? Center

A supraorbital nerve block is a procedure to provide regional anesthesia to the area of the face from the upper eyelid to the top of the head. An anesthetic solution is injected at a point in the eyebrow where the supraorbital nerve exits the skull to numb the upper eyelid, forehead and the frontal part of the scalp. Supraorbital nerve block is performed to anesthetize the part of the face this nerve innervates, for treatment procedures such as pain relief from migraines and closing lacerations or wounds. Read more: How Long Does a Supraorbital Nerve Block Last? Article


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