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I'm getting my wisdom teeth out and will be getting local anesthesia, not general. Will i be awake?

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Dr. Daniel Quon
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial
4 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

Local anesthesia alone will not provide any type of sedation for your procedure.
If you do not want to be awake, talk to your dentist or surgeon for sedation options he or she can provide for you.

In brief: Yes

Local anesthesia alone will not provide any type of sedation for your procedure.
If you do not want to be awake, talk to your dentist or surgeon for sedation options he or she can provide for you.
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In brief: Yes

You should be fully aware of everything except with the local, you should not feel any discomfort.

In brief: Yes

You should be fully aware of everything except with the local, you should not feel any discomfort.
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