When you ask many people if they like going to the dentist, the answer tends to be a resounding ‘no’. Now, this could be down to several reasons, but two factors we know contribute to this general sentiment, again and again, are anxiety and discomfort. We also know that this anxiety and discomfort can be rather comprehensively traced back to anaesthesia and the injections required to administer it. Needles aren’t exactly welcoming, and numbness isn’t exactly practical let alone flattering.
This is why we have chosen the Wand for all of our anaesthetic needs. A magic instrument, the Wand redefines the application of anaesthesia providing comfort and ease, two attributes few would relate to injections.
The Wand’s lightweight design gives us an unprecedented level of control and precision allowing you to enjoy a fast, effective, and virtually painless experience. The pen-like handpiece makes for nimble use and boasts bi-rotational insertion functions as well as shortening and lengthening capabilities allowing the Wand to adapt to each and every patient perfectly. The state of the art technology presents the first computer-regulated control of anaesthetic flow rates and pressure sensing that results in an exact injection with no collateral numbing. What this technical lingo really means is that you can be treated in an efficient, almost pain-free, way and then head straight to work or wherever you need to be immediately. No numbness. No lingering pain.
The overwhelming feedback we have had since switching to the Wand has been extremely positive. Patients vastly prefer the Wand to the syringe and overall satisfaction is far higher. We are a progressive and innovative dental practice who value our patients’ well-being, both physically and mentally, above all. The Wand allows us to make use of the new and exciting technology in our industry in the only way that matters – improving our patient experience.
If you are anxious and dread the thought of an injection – Why not come and see us – we will care for you without any pain