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Category: Anesthetics

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Anesthetic products make the cosmetic, medical, or other aesthetic procedures more comfortable and less painful for the patient. There are two classes of anesthetic — general, and local. Practitioners can use a local anesthetic to relax your patient and block pain during treatment.

 

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For patients with low pain tolerance or are worried about discomfort during the medical procedures, an anesthetic can be very beneficial. Local anesthetics work by numbing a specific area, by blocking the sensation of pain during the procedure. This can help make the medical procedure more comfortable for the patient, thereby allowing you to carry out the treatment with no issues.

 

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EMLA is a topical anesthetic cream containing lidocaine and prilocaine. This anesthetic cream temporarily blocks the sensation of pain to help make treatments more comfortable, particularly cosmetic treatments.

 

Coolsense Pain Numbing Applicator is an anesthetic device that numbs the patient skin without the use of drugs. This reusable device is frozen before treatment, to numb the treatment area and reduce pain. Buy Coolsense products online here.

 

Why are they used?

 

Doctors use anesthetic products to numb patient’s skin and reduce pain and discomfort during aesthetic treatments, or other medical procedures. By using an anesthetic, doctors can also make the procedure run more smoothly. Although an anesthetic is not required, minor procedures can still be uncomfortable for the patient, which is why anesthetics are good option.

 

Areas of use

 

Anesthetics are used to numb the skin, including various areas on the face, but you should avoid getting it into areas such as eyes, mouth or nose. It should not be used on skin with inflammation or open wounds.

 

How long do Anesthetics last?

 

The effects of anesthetic applicators or devices can be immediate or delayed, depending on several factors. Depending on the type of anesthetic, it will take between 30–60 minutes to take effect and last up to several hours following the application. The patient will typically be able to return to their regular routine immediately after their medical procedure.

 

How are Anesthetics used?

 

Anesthetic products are used for patients before they undergo medical or cosmetic procedures. Anesthetic devices numb the patient’s skin quicker than anesthetic creams. They are used prior to cosmetic and medical injections, for applying permanent makeup, and some other procedures. Anesthetics are applied to the treatment area prior to the treatment procedure. Anesthetic devices are sometimes required to be kept in the freezer for up to an hour before application.

 

After taking the device out of the freezer, the temperature gauge on the side of the device should be between -4°C and 0°C. In case the temperature gauge is not showing between this correct range, either place back in the freezer or leave it outside the freezer, until the proper temperature is reached.

 

Once the correct temperature is reached, simply remove the lid and place the metal pin against the area of the skin where the injection or treatment will be done. Leave it against the skin for 4 to 5 seconds and continue with the medical procedure immediately. For both injected or topical anesthetics, you will be required to wait for the effects to take place before starting the procedure.

 

Types of Anesthetics

 

There are several types of anesthetics available to use for cosmetic procedures. In addition, many dermal fillers are available with an anesthetic already included in the formula. Other options include ice, creams, injections, or selected anesthetic devices. Anesthetic creams can contain lidocaine, tetracaine, and prilocaine, all of which penetrate the skin to block nerve impulses. In cases where a patient may have a medical condition, allergy, or prescription that may interfere with the use of an anesthetic, such as lidocaine, or for patients who prefer a non-drug alternative, a numbing device is recommended.

 

These devices numb the skin by applying a cold temperature to the skin via an applicator. By freezing the skin, nerve impulses are blocked and are unable to send signals to the pain receptors and therefore, the patient cannot experience as much pain. Patients may feel some minor pressure during the treatment. However, discomfort and pain levels are far lower than in the absence of anesthetic.

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