Light Weight Oral Surgical Instruments,
DC 5.0V Oral Surgical Instruments
A dental anesthesia injector is a medical device that is used in order to administer local anesthesia to the patient's mouth prior to dental procedures. This helps to reduce pain and discomfort during the procedure, such as root canals, fillings, and extractions. The injector is designed to deliver a controlled amount of anesthetic solution to the oral tissues, numbing the area so that pain is minimized.
This device usually consists of a handheld unit, and a small needle or cannula is attached to the end. By inserting the needle or cannula into the patient's oral tissues, the device is able to deliver the anesthetic solution through the small opening. Various types of dental anesthetic injectors are available, ranging from manual injectors to electric injectors, and computer-controlled injectors.
Manual injectors require the dentist to manually press the plunger in order for the anesthetic solution to be released. Electric injectors use a motor to drive the plunger and inject the anesthetic. Meanwhile, computer-controlled injectors have the ability to use advance software and sensors to regulate injection rate and volume, ensuring accurate and consistent delivery.
Dental anesthesia injectors are considered an essential tool for minimizing pain and discomfort during dental procedures. Its introduction to the practice of dentistry has become widely accepted and is now a standard part of the process.
Contact Person: Mr. Chen