Jan 1, 2005
recently I had a couple of novocaine-injections at my dentist' office just before having a tooth extracted...I worried after about any risk of exposure from the injection.....and what if the patient before me happened to have a novocaine injection....thanks, signed worried....
Response from Dr. McGovern
All the equipment in your dentist's office is autoclaved so no infectious agent is transmitted from person to person.
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