*computer-controlled local anaesthesia device
Dentapen® offers patients better comfort by significantly reducing pain and eliminating fear of injections.
Dentapen® helps dentists avoid muscle strain caused by repeated manual injections.
Suitable for all anaesthesia techniques : palatal, infiltration, block and intraligamental.
How does it work?
Dentapen® microprocessor continuously (hundreds of time per second) monitors the injection pressure. The gears and engine components are similar to the ones used in the luxury Swiss watches industry.
3. The use of cutting-edge manufacturing technology, such as a flex-PCB, allows us to create the most compact C-CLAD injector in the world.
2. This measurement is processed by the advanced control algorithms in order to provide a smooth injection flow.
Dentapen® eliminates overpressure inherent to manual injections – the key to attain perfect, painless injection.
4. The high capacity of Lithium batteries enables Dentapen® to function at maximum capacity to complete calculations then perform the perfect injection.
About C-CLAD Technology:
“The number 1 criteria in choosing a dentist is: A dentist who can provide painless anaesthesia”
“The premise behind computer controlled injection devices is in part, that they can do what our hands cannot. That is, deliver local anaesthetic at a constant rate despite the density of the tissue.”
“The greater control over the syringe and the fixed flow rates are responsible for a significantly improved injection experience, as demonstrated in many clinical studies conducted with C-CLAD devices in dentistry. A growing number of clinical trials in medicine also demonstrate measurable benefits of C-CLAD technology.”
“Local aesthetics have made a great advancement in dentistry and have changed patients’ perspectives of dental procedures to a great extent.”
“Results indicated that the system was highly preferred to traditional injection techniques, regardless of the arch and quadrant receiving the injection. Several factors may have contributed to this preference, including increased patient comfort, the nonthreatening appearance of the instrument, and the lack of residual facial numbness commonly associated with oral aesthetics injections”
“Recent developments in C-CLAD systems have made the delivery of local anaesthesia to patients significantly more comfortable and, with PDL, AMSA and P-ASA injections, considerably more successful.”
“The ability to deliver painless injections and a desirable level and duration of anaesthesia results in reduced patient fear, reduced patient stress (and therefore reduced stress for the clinician) and can aid patient compliance with current and future dental treatment.”
“The introduction of computer-controlled local aesthetics delivery (C-CLAD) systems has enhanced the delivery of local anaesthetic for many dentists and their patients. These devices have demonstrated great utility in the painless delivery of dental local aesthetics”