Presented by Dr Eugene R. Casagrande, DDS, FACD, FICD
CPD: 1 CPD Credit
Learn how to deliver more comfortable dental injections.
Using Dynamic Pressure Sensing technology, learn how to comfortably and successfully deliver profound anesthesia to a single tooth, offering an alternative to Mandibular Blocks and Infiltrations.
Learn how to easily anesthetize multiple teeth and related tissues with a single-site injection that does not cause collateral numbness to the patient’s lip and face.
This course will review the technology and injection dynamics associated with computer-controlled anesthetic delivery systems, along with a description of techniques for new, state-of-the-art injections such as the AMSA, P-ASA, STA-Intraligamentary, and Crestal.
Key Learning Objectives
The technology of Computer Controlled Local Anesthesia Delivery (CLAD)
The technique for delivery of the STA-Intraligamentary Injection, which can eliminate the need for supra-periosteal infiltrations and mandibular blocks and their associated post-treatment collateral anesthesia in dental patients
The techniques and injection dynamics associated with the administration of comfortable palatal injections (AMSA & P-ASA) which can anesthetize multiple maxillary teeth and related gingival tissues without collateral anesthesia to the patient’s lip or face.
How to easily anesthetize a single tooth with efficacy, safety, and comfort, but without producing collateral numbness and possible injury to a child’s lips or tongue
How to minimize a child’s disruptive behavior and your stress during the administration of local anesthesia for pediatric patients.
A new injection technique (the Crestal Injection) to produce profound anesthesia and increased hemostasis in the placement and recovery of dental implants.
Why a computer-controlled local anesthesia delivery instrument can produce more successful, comfortable, and less stressful dental injections and can produce many benefits to you, your patients, and your practice.
Local Anesthesia Developments and Devices
Core technology of Computer-Controlled Anesthesia
Flow Rate Control
STA, Single Tooth Anesthesia System
Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology
Other Computer-Controlled Local Anesthesia Delivery Systems
Inferior Alveolar Injection
Bi-Rotational Insertion Technique
STA Intraligamentary Injection
Benefits and Considerations of computer-controlled local anesthetic delivery