To apply dentists to anesthesia,
allow control of the patient’s pain by allowing anesthesia to begin almost immediately after anesthesia with a lower pain rate.
It allows to perform all the injections in the routine of the dentist
Intraligamenter anesthesia, known to be very painful with the uniparetic anesthesia mode in the system, can be applied with minimal pain thanks to pressure sensing technology.
It is the most advanced computer controlled local anesthesia application system.
The injector, which is the most widely used dental anesthesia method today, was first used by William Halstead in 1800 as one of the first pain management techniques in medicine and dentistry. In 1997, computer-controlled local anesthesia application systems were developed to provide dispensing of drugs in the field of dentistry. This system consists of a computer-controlled unit and a disposable detachable needle. In 1998, Dynamic Pressure Detection (DPS) technology made the necessary changes to ensure the distribution of drugs.
Dynamic pressure sensing technology allows simultaneous monitoring of pressures and pressures of the entire fluid at the tip of the needle during all phases of the injection process. These new features of dental injectors allow dentists to apply dental injections more easily, quickly and reliably. In addition, patients with numbness problems are also able to inject anesthesia directly into the bone.