Yes it is, unless the dentist does anything illegal. But usually topical anesthetics are widely sold from dental supply compagnies, and the price isn't expensive, so there is no reason for dentists to buy anything cheaper and not controlled.
Local anesthesia can be divided into four groups: injectable, topical, dental (non-injectable), and regional blockade injection.
J. Haglund has written: 'Local anaesthesia in dentistry' -- subject(s): Anesthesia in dentistry, Anesthesia, Dental, Anesthesia, Local, Dental Anesthesia, Handbooks, manuals, Local anesthesia
usually local anesthesia
The physician injects local anesthesia at the base of the penis or under the skin around the penis (subcutaneous ring block). Both anesthetics block key nerves. EMLA cream, a topical formula of several anesthetics can also be used
Niels Bjorn Jorgensen has written: 'Premedication, local and general anesthesia in dentistry' -- subject(s): Anesthesia in dentistry 'Premedication, local and general anaesthesia indentistry' 'Sedation, local and general anesthesia in dentistry' -- subject(s): Anesthesia in dentistry, Anesthesia,Dental, Dental Anesthesia, Sedatives
general, regional, or local anesthesia.
Gaston Labat has written: 'Regional anesthesia' -- subject(s): Anesthetics 'Regional anesthesia; its technic and clinical application' -- subject(s): Local anesthesia, Local Anesthesia
Local, or regional, anesthesia involves the injection or application of an anesthetic drug to a specific area of the body. This is in contrast to general anesthesia, which provides anesthesia to the entire body and brain.
There are three types of anesthesia: local, regional, and general. Local anesthesia is used to numb a small area of the body, regional anesthesia is used to numb a large area of the body such as an arm or leg, and general anesthesia affects the entire body.
Propofol is mainly used as an induction agent in general anesthesia and would not be used for local anesthesia.
Geza De Takats has written: 'Local anesthesia' -- subject(s): Local anesthesia
I was in the doctor's office with local anesthesia and it took a week to recover.
General or local anesthesia may be used during arthroscopy
Most liposuction procedures are performed under local anesthesia
There are several types of anesthesia. There is local, regional and general anesthesia. General anesthesia effects are to not feel pain, not remember and to have vital signs controlled in normal ranges. The effect is to not be aware during a procedure or surgery. Many studies have shown this to be very safe. After anesthesia people usually feel somewhat sedate, and "hungover". This feeling resolves quickly and you feel pretty normal quickly. There are no known long term problems from having anesthesia, and there are many people who have had anesthesia again and again without difficulty
Does he or she use topical sentences topical is an adjective meaning local topical treatment of medication, applied at a particular area. (see hyperlink in discussion menu)
'I had a consultation today with an anesthesiologist for my double lumpectomy and he gave me the choice between local anesthesia and general anesthesia. Local is sedation and general you are put completely to sleep. '
Anesthesia falls into three categories; local, regional and general. Local anesthesia is used in some surgical procedures if deep sedation is not required. Regional anesthesia is used in major surgeries. They all affect the CNS in some way.
G. Liljestrand has written: 'Carl Koller and the development of local anesthesia' -- subject(s): History, Local anesthesia
Normally, tubal ligation takes about 20-30 minutes, and is performed under general anesthesia, spinal anesthesia, or local anesthesia with sedation.
Otoplasty in children is performed under general anesthesia; in adults, it may be done under either general anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation.
nearby (geographical) topical (medical)
What cause after lower anesthesia Si can't not open my mouth