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Doctor insights on: Complication Of Dental Anesthesia

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How can I make dental anesthesia go away faster?

How can I make dental anesthesia go away faster?

OraVerse; Carbocaine: 1. Local anesthetic without Epinephrine (often carbocaine) are of a much shorter duration and ideal for quick procedures. 2. If long duration anesthetic is need but you need to get back to function quickly. Suggest that your dentist use oraverse®. It is a local anesthesia reversal agent that accelerates the return to normal sensation. It could cost $10 - $30 but may be worth it to you. ...Read more

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Dr. Karen Sibert
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Anesthesia (Definition)

Anesthesia is a field of study that involves methods of removing sensation, pain, and consciousness from a person in order to perform surgeries, do other uncomfortable procedures, or relieve his pain/suffering. A doctor specializing in ...Read more


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Can dental anesthesia give you a headache?

Can dental anesthesia give you a headache?

Possible: It's possible that an anesthetic triggers headache but it's more like that dental work itself could cause the headache. ...Read more

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How can I excrete the dental anesthesia septocaine after a visit?

How can I  excrete the dental anesthesia septocaine after a visit?

Urine: This medication is both metabolized in the liver, and excreted in the urine. The half life is less than 2 hours, so usually this medication is functionally gone from your body in 6 hours. There is not much you can do to improve on this, except possibly hydrate to encourage urination. ...Read more

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Can you tell me some alternatives to dental anesthesia for asthmatics?

Can you tell me some alternatives to dental anesthesia for asthmatics?

Local anesthesia: In almost all cases, local anesthesia is safe for patients with asthma. If general anesthesia is recommended, propofol and ketamine inhibit bronchoconstriction. Never hesitate to ask your surgeon or anesthesiologist questions before the procedure. ...Read more

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How to naturally excrete the dental anesthesia septocaine after a visit?

How to naturally excrete the dental anesthesia septocaine after a visit?

Urine: This medication is both metabolized in the liver, and excreted in the urine. The half life is less than 2 hours, so usually this medication is functionally gone from your body in 6 hours. There is not much you can do to improve on this, except possibly hydrate to encourage urination. ...Read more

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Can you tell me of any alternatives to dental anesthesia for asthmatics?

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Can you tell me of any alternatives to dental anesthesia for asthmatics?

Local injection: Local injection is the best. Local interligamentary injection can be used to isolately numbing a single tooth. Infiltration of the upper arch is easy. Lower arch teeth may require interligamentary injection to get it numb... Make sure have the asthma medication (spray) when you go to the dentist. ...Read more

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Can you tell me with what or how to naturally excrete the dental anesthesia septocaine after a visit?

Can you tell me with what or how to naturally excrete the dental anesthesia septocaine after a visit?

Septocaine: Septocaine is metabolized by circulating enzymes in the blood and excreted primarily in the urine. You body takes care of this all for you. While you can't make much of a difference as to how quickly the effects dissipate, your own metabolism, health, physical activity and body temperature play a small role. ...Read more

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Would drinking alcohol after receiving dental anesthesia create any problems?

Depends: If you are having a procedure performed under local anesthesia alone, drinking alcohol afterwards may not create any problems. If you are sedated, drinking alcohol immediately afterwards definitely could create some possible problems. With either scenario, drinking alcohol in combination with any pain medications that may be prescribed would not be advised. ...Read more

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Please let me know if there is any problem with drinking alcohol after receiving dental anesthesia?

Drinking: After local anesthesia is fine however you may bite your lip or tongue and you may drool on yourself so i would wait. If it was sedation anesthesia ..No do not drink too much being detoxified by your liver and kidneys. If you had an extraction definitely no for at the least three days. Talk to your dentist. ...Read more