A study in the current issue of the journal Anesthesia Progress looked at whether a patient’s level of pain before a root canal changed the effectiveness of local anesthesia. Instead of just focusing on whether patients had pain or were pain-free before the surgery, the authors tracked the level of pain to determine whether it affected the success of anesthesia.

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