Yes, Botox and local Anesthesia to the mouth is safe and has no relation. If this is still a concern to you, you should advise your dentist
Is It Safe to Have a Local Anesthesia in Mouth One Week After Botox for Crows Feet?
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Local anesthesia one week after Botox
It is ok to have local anesthesia in the mouth one week after treatment with Botox, as there are no known contraindications between the two. I would recommend discussing your Botox treatment with your physician who will be administering the anesthesia. I hope this helps, and I wish you the best of luck.
Safety of Local Anesthesia One Week After Botox
There are no know contraindications to local anesthesia after Botox. Discuss the situation with your dermatologist or whoever will be injecting the local anesthetic. Good luck.
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Yes, you may have local anesthesia after receiving Botox. There is no contraindication between Botox and receiving local anesthesia days after your Botox.
Local anesthesia is safe after Botox
There is no known contraindication for having local anesthesia for an oral procedure days after having Botox for crow's feet.
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