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How do local anaesthetics work?

Local anaesthetics act locally, meaning that they do not affect any area of the body that is not innervated by the blocked nerve or nerves.

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Patients have several choices when it comes to selecting materials used to repair missing, worn, damaged or decayed teeth, according to the American Dental Association.

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