20 October 2013
News - Needle Free Injection
The fear of needle injections has been widespread since the development of the conventional syringe in 1853.

Experienced dentists are well aware of the different problems associated with the conventional needle syringe: Delay until onset of anaesthesia, painful injections, feelings of fear and anxiety exhibited by patients, tissue damage, and unpleasant numbness of soft tissue, risk of injury with restless or fearful patients.

Western Smiles now offer a solution for previous local anaesthesia problems: a needle-free injection system! The system uses an injection ampoule with a micro orifice through which the anaesthetic is administered under dosed pressure to the submucosa – virtually painless and exactly where it is needed.

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