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Having a different local anaesthesia not a lidocaine family for tooth out, whats chances of anaphylaxis from the drug injection into my gum?

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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management 36 years experience
Very Uncommon: Anaphylactic reactions to local anesthetic drugs are very uncommon. Ask your dentist for local anesthetic allergy testing before dental procedure.

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Last updated Oct 14, 2015

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