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Newcaine 2% With Epinephrine Glass

Newcaina 2% E-80, is a parenteral injectable solution of small anesthetic volume for dental use, indicated for local anesthesia, applied by infiltration or nerve block techniques. It is an anesthetic based on lidocaine with epinephrine, which causes it to delay reabsorption and lengthen the anesthetic action of lidocaine, which must be longer for certain dental procedures.


  • Lidocain 2% with epinephrine 1: 80,000
  • Box x 50 plastic casings
  • Lidocaine provides rapid, deep, and extensive anesthesia.
  • It allows working on the most delicate procedures such as the preparation of stumps, living teeth, pulpectomies and the surgical treatment of periodontitis.
  • The latency period is 2 to 3 minutes and is the time that elapses between the moment of application by injection and the moment when the anesthetic effect begins.
  • Epinephrine causes local vasoconstriction, which limits the absorption of the anesthetic, prolonging its action and reducing its systemic toxicity.
  • The anesthetic with Epinephrine is contraindicated for all those patients with known hypersensitivity.
  • Epinephrine concentration 1: 80,000
  • Indicated for short procedures of (10 to 15 minutes)

Newcaine 2% With Epinephrine Glass

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