Local anesthesia is a reversible sensory loss in a defined area of the body associated with transient inhibition of peripheral nerve conduction. The use of a local anesthetic agent should be followed by complete recovery, i.e., without evidence of structural or functional nerve damage. The ideal local anesthetic formulation should provide profound, reversible local anesthesia with rapid onset and satisfactory duration of action, and minimal adverse effects.4
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