Having a dental procedure that requires anaesthesia? Here’s what you need to know.
– Anaesthesia is often given before procedures like teeth extraction or root canal.
– Novocaine is one of the most common dental anaesthetics, and its effects usually last between 60 and 90 minutes.
– Novocaine is fast-acting, so you should start to feel numbness 5 minutes after the injection.
Remember that your dentist is there to answer questions about the procedure and possible side effects of dental anaesthetics.
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