In our practice the concept of pain is unknown. Scientific research has proven that it is not the needle or its injection that causes the patient the greatest pain, but rather the anaesthetic liquid spreading into and tearing gum tissues. Administering anaesthesia with a traditional syringe is unpredictable and may be dangerous to the patient. Computer anaesthesia makes it possible to eliminate these problems. Anaesthesia is administered to the patient using a special device that enables local dental anaesthesia. A microcomputer controls the administration of the anaesthetic. The classic syringe has been replaced with a disposable applicator.
In comparison to traditional techniques or other computer devices allows for anaesthesia that is more predictable and effective. It is also easier to perform and better suited to the needs of treatment. As a result, the risk of complications and side effects is much lower, while patient comfort increases.