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Is carbocaine common for dental local anesthetic?

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Dr. Jonathan Engel
Dentistry 39 years experience
Yes: I say yes because it is not a rare type of anesthetic. It is usually of shorter duration than lidocaine. In my office I use a carobaine plain for those patients that are senstivie to the Epinephrine in lidocaine.

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Last updated Jun 25, 2014

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