Children, and even adults, tend to bite their lips and the inside of their lips when they are numb after a dental appointment. Since the patient is numb from anesthesia, they won’t even feel themselves chewing their lip. Because of this they often continue chewing until they damage their lips or cheeks and they become swollen and sore. Sometimes, the lips or cheeks even become cut and bleed. In addition to this problem, teens and adults are often embarrassed about being numb because they can’t speak, smile, or drink properly. Not only does this make the patient self-conscious, it makes them uncomfortable. When a patient is numb, drooling can occur.

To reverse the inconvenient side effects of numbness, Dr. Sarah Frye uses OraVerse® in Lexington, North Carolina. OraVerse quickly reverses numbness in the mouth and cheeks. Swollen, bitten lips will be a thing of the past! In addition, you can comfortably go back to work or school without be inconvenience of still being numb. OraVerse allows you to quickly be able to talk, drink, and laugh normally.

We welcome you to contact our dental office today to learn more about OraVerse and to schedule your next visit with our dentist. We look forward to caring for you and your smile!