Dental treatment for children should be done in a calm atmosphere and without pain. Oral
Propacetamol has been shown to be effective in a variety of postsurgical pain models.
There are no studies on paracetamol preemptive analgesia effect on the pediatric population
in the dental setting which compare analgesic effect when administered before Vs after the
The investigators hypothesis is that preoperative intravenous paracetamol are helpful in the
prevention of postoperative pain in children undergoing dental treatment.