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Since a significant number of 'impacted' 3d molars are partially or fully embedded and covered by bone or soft tissue, x-rays are needed to diagnose the situation and anesthesia is needed to do the surgery to remove the imopacted molars.not made . Anesthesia for dental procedures started in the 1840's but actual local anesthesia didn't become common for ...


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