Needle Free Injections for Dental
For most of us, the thought of a needle when going to the dentist is something we dread. But, with needle free dental injections, you can put that fear to rest.
Feel the Difference with the Comfort-in™
- Alleviates Dental Phobia. Thousands of people all over the world suffer from some degree of needle phobia or anxiety. Our needle free technology alleviates this fear with our unique needle-free injection technique.
- Reduces noise and pain. The common problem associated with jet injectors is that they make a loud noise that lingers after injection. The automated spring pressure of Comfort-in™ significantly reduces noise and resulting discomfort.
- Reduces treatment time. The jet injection by Comfort-in™TM can shorten treatment time due to better dispersion of anaesthetic medication.
Quick and efficient anaesthesia and thus time-saving treatment.
Contrary to conventional local injection methods, infiltration anaesthesia with Comfort-in™ delivers the local anaesthetic submucously down the periosteum.
This leads to a more rapid diffusion and resorption and a quicker rise to the effective concentrations.
The past decades have been dedicated to research and development in collaboration with dentists to develop a solution for local anaesthesia, without using needles.
The solution is to apply a local anaesthetic in the mucous membrane where it is spreading in the deeper layers of the gums, creating a sufficient effect much faster than the anaesthesia needle.
Many clinical trials have proved that drug distribution is done in a more suitable way than using a traditional syringe (multi-jet technology). The given doses are definitely much lower and the risk of side effects is considerably reduced.
Click here for instructions for dental injections, or click the icon to download a printable .pdf file.
inferior alveolar nerve block Without needles using the Comfort-in™️Successful inferior alveolar nerve block
Without needles using the Comfort-in™️- no needles, no bruising, no tissue damage, no pain.
Performed by Dr Yvonne King Melbourne Aesthetic Dental Centre
How To: Load local anaesthesia with dental adapters with dTransfer Lignocaine for dental purposes using the Comfort-in™ needle-free dental adapter with a dental syringe by dentist.
Dental adapter for Comfort-in™ How to useHow to use the Dental adapter:
The dental adapter has been designed to transfer liquid medication such as lignocaine supplied in cylinder cartridges available in dental clinics to the Comfort-in™ needle-free injection syringe.
To use it, insert a sealed cartridge containing anesthetic solution into your dental syringe and then screw a new sterile adapter instead of the needle onto the dental syringe. Next, attach the needle-free syringe/nozzle and then slowly and gently push the plunger to fill the syringe/nozzle to the desired dose. Multiple needle-free syringes can be filled from the same cartridge.
Dental adapter for needle free dental injections with the Comfort-in™.Box of twenty (20).
How to: Comfort-in™ used by dentistsComfort-in™ is currently used by many dentist as an alternative to the conventional syringes and needles.
In "Smile place dental"clinic it is used by Dr Arathy Rao and Dr Chitra Rao to deliver local anaesthetics without needles, needle-free and according to Dr Chitra based on her personal experience it's pain free, Dr Chitra Rao was used to the old injex-30 system and definitely prefers the new Comfort-in™ and uses it in all her clinics.
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Dr Chitra and Dr Arathy from Smile Place Dental are familiar with needle free dental injections for few years since the injex days when Dr Sigal Jacobson perfected needle free injections.
Yesterday for the first time they used our new Comfort-in™ needle free applying the "Sigal Jacobson Method of injecting " KIS" as Sigal always said Keep It Simple.
So easy and simple, you use it in same way you use a conventional syringe and needle.
How To: charge the Comfort-in™ using Reset BoxThe Comfort-in™ needle-free injector inserted into the Comfort-in™ Reset Box to enable charging, can be done single handily.
It is an alternative to the Pressure Lever in either clinic environment or for the elderly users or people with "Carpal tunnel syndrome".
How To: Use Needle- free New dental adaptersThe dental adapter has been designed to transfer liquid medication such as lignocaine supplied in cylinder cartridges available in dental clinics to the Comfort-In needle-free injection syringe.
To use it, insert a sealed cartridge containing anesthetic solution into your dental syringe, and then screw a new sterile adapter instead of the needle onto the dental syringe. Next, attach the needle-free syringe/nozzle, and then slowly and gently push the plunger to fill the syringe/nozzle to the desired dose. Multiple needle-free syringes can be filled from the same cartridge.
How To: attach the Needle-free syringes/nozzle to injector and injectingAttaching the Comfort-in Needle-free filled syringe/nozzle to the injector and injecting 0.5ml saline solution. https://www.injectneedlefree.com/
How To:Comfort-in Needle-free Syringe/Nozzle preparationExtradition of air and bubbles out of the Comfort-in Needle-free Syringe/Nozzle. Learn more at: https://www.injectneedlefree.com
How To: using the T adapter of Comfort- in Needle-freeUsing the comfort-in T adapters with soft-pack vials of saline solution. You can learn more and buy at https://www.injectneedlefree.com/product/t-adapter-for-comfort-in/
How to: Charge the Comfort-in™Learn how to charge your Comfort-in needle-free injector. Available at https://www.injectneedlefree.com/shop/
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