[Internal medicine and local anesthesia in dentistry. A review of possible side effects].

Abstract

When using local anaesthesia the dentist may be confronted with a variety of side effects, either caused by the anaesthetic solution itself or its additives, including vasoconstrictive drugs such as epinephrine. Early recognition and treatment of these side-effects are essential. Even more important is the possible prevention of such side-effects by a properly taken medical history before using local anaesthesia.

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@article{Fennis1996InternalMA, title={[Internal medicine and local anesthesia in dentistry. A review of possible side effects].}, author={J. F. M. Fennis}, journal={Nederlands tijdschrift voor tandheelkunde}, year={1996}, volume={103 5}, pages={174-7} }