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Tooth Extraction Local Anesthesia
17 wk pregnant.Had my wisdom tooth extraction.Local anesthesia administered had epinephrine.Surgeon told its mild n safe.Is it safe?
Can i get just local anesthesia for my one upper wisdom tooth extraction? It's horizontal, impacted, but i absolutely do not want to be put to sleep.
Can you have someone in the room with you whilst your under local anesthesia for tooth extractions at hospital ?
Anesthesia: Intravenous sedation is a very safe and effective form of anesthesia for the surgical removal of wisdom teeth. Of course, local anesthesia would be used as well. For many patients with anxiety about the procedure, intravenous sedation is clearly indicated and should be used. Your vital signs will be carefully monitored, you will likely have no memory of the procedure, and the risks are low. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: In almost every case, local anesthesia will be administered for the removal of wisdom teeth, unless there is some unusual circumstance that that prevents it from being used. Local anesthesia is very safe when administered correctly and in the correct dosage limits. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Are they going to use general anesthesia or just a local anesthetic for a wisdom tooth extraction?
The Comfort Zone: If you are one of the many people apprehensive about oral surgery, you can request sleep dentistry, IV sedation or GA for your comfort. You could just sleep through your wisdom teeth surgery. Sleep dentistry allows appropriately trained dentists to create a safe and comfortable dental experience. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please advise if it's normal to not be able to feel almost half of your face after being injected by anesthesia (for tooth extraction)?
Local anesthesia: Injections of local anesthesia for dental treatment not only numb the teeth but surrounding tissues. Especially using what we term a "block" injection will numb large areas of the face. It usually wears off in about 3-4 hours but may last longer depending upon the specific local anesthesia used. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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