Needle Free Anesthesia Equipment for Dental Treatments

People may have unpleasant association working with dental fairies like sound of drills, smell of the sterile gloves etc. It is the same in case of anesthesia injections. Some people will be feared of the smell, and the pain caused by the needle. So, for those kind of people, there are various types of anesthesia injections that are needle free in the market. Some of them are listed below. So, during your dental treatment you can ask your dentist whether they are using these types of anesthesia in their treatments or practice.

Electronic anesthesia
This anesthesia is a good alternative for the local anesthesia. This helps in reducing the pain during tooth filling or else dental cleaning. This will allow the patients in controlling the level of pain that they get when hand-held things are in attachment with the stimulation pads placed near the site of treatment. Some of the electronic anesthesia give you many benefits like, you will not have numb chin, and no severe allergic reactions etc.

Subgingival anesthesia
This needle free anesthesia is used during the dental treatments like root planning and scaling, which are called as deep cleaning procedures. This is given to the patients to make them comfortable during the treatment. Here, the anesthesia is directly given to the patients gum pocket with a special device and it will take nearly 30 seconds for the anesthesia to get the full effect. Every time the anesthesia is given, the patient remains numb for nearly 15 to 30 minutes.

Cryogenic anesthesia
Another anesthesia that is flexible ring-shaped device is used for numbing the teeth and gum area is cryogenic anesthesia. Here, the device is placed in freezer for about 30 minutes, before it is fitted in the mouth. The ring-shaped device is filled with freeze-resistant liquid that helps in molding and works efficiently during the dental procedures.

Cryogenic anesthesia is effective for few dental procedures such as tooth extraction, dental crowns, dental fillings, scraping, for dental braced adjustment, etc.

As these technologies are new, they may or mayn’t be available in all dental offices. So, before you make the dental treatment, if you are feared of needle anesthesia, ask your dentist to use these kind of anesthesia if available that makes you comfort all over the treatment. But, when are treated for certain procedures, traditional anesthesia is preferred by most of the dentists. So, for the procedures that are mentioned above, this type of anesthesia can be adapted.

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