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Where oxybuprocaine is used specifically
Topical anesthetics in general
Oxybuprocaine like any other topical anesthetic used in the eye (like for example tetracaine, proxymetacaine and proparacaine) can cause irreversible corneal damage and even complete destruction of the cornea when used excessively (excessive use means several times a day during several days or even weeks).
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