Comfort-in anaesthesia without needle

Dental Health: Current Research.ISSN: 2470-0886

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Comfort-in anaesthesia without needle

Hewerlen Coelho

HC Dentistry, Brazil

: Dent Health Curr Res


The needleless injection system comfort-in is being very well accepted because it allows anesthetize without needles. There are two models of comfort-in, the soft one (intra oral) and the normal one (extra oral). Both are identical, the disposable is the same, only the pressure changes. The intra oral was developed to be applied anywhere inside the mouth and it also does all the steps, including blocking, but if it's applied directly on skin it hasn't a good penetration because of its lower pressure. The extra oral plays another role, the pressure is higher and it's applied on the skin, that's why Dentists use this way to anesthetize the face and can make wire supports, microneedle, filling, etc. If you work in pediatric dentistry, we do not recommend the normal model (extra oral) inside the mouth because of its higher loudness and pressure. With comfort-in you will anesthetize your patients in a quick and safe way. The anaesthetic used should be the conventional, that you already use in your clinic. The comfort-in will bring you a fast-financial feedback and it will be a differential for your clinic.



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