¿Cuánto tiempo dura la anestesia dental?
25 November 2014, 08:32 PM
Hoy me han empastado una caries y me han puesto anestesia, ha sido en la parte superior, y fue hace casi dos horas y todavía tengo anestesia, cuando cierro la boca el labio superior se me queda un poco torcido por la parte dormida, es normal? cuanto tiempo tarda en pasarse la anestesia?  
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Depende de tu sensibilidad y de la cantidad que te hayan puesto. Normalmente varias horas, tres o cuatro, no más. Saludos y que todo te vaya bien.
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