in Wayland, Michigan
If you need to be numbed for a dental procedure your dentist can now do this with minimal pain. Onset buffered anesthetic is a tool used to reduce injection pain. By raising the pH of the standard dental cartridge of lidocaine to numb the area, injection site pain is reduced. It can also increase the effectiveness of anesthetic and quickens the onset of anesthesia.
Q: Can I go to work?/Can I drive?/Can I send my child to school?
A: Yes, for any work we do at our office you should be fine. The anesthetic we use is mild and only has a local effect on your oral and facial tissues. The only concern for small children is that they may chew on their cheek.
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