The Wand STA

Single Tooth Anesthesia

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The Wand STA

Single Tooth Anesthesia

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Why choose the wand?

Patient’s anxiety is a relevant problem in dental practice, above all when it is related to the fear of pain. Several patients consider anesthesia as the most traumatic experience in dental procedures, mainly referring to previous dental treatments. In order to provide an efficient analgesic effect reducing the fear and the pain related to the injection, The Wand STA, a computerized system to provide anesthesia, has been introduced in the marked: this allows practicing every kind of nerve block and permits to anesthetize a single tooth by using intra-ligamental infiltration.

The Wand Benefits:

This kind of anesthesia is indicated both in endo-restorative and surgical treatments and the Literature reports that patients like it because the lack of numbness of the lips/tongue/cheeks after the procedure. The main post-operative complications reported with using this technique are necrosis or inflammation of the gum in the injection site and pain while chewing.
Pain during injection is practically absent.

Why choose the wand?

Patient’s anxiety is a relevant problem in dental practice, above all when it is related to the fear of pain. Several patients consider anesthesia as the most traumatic experience in dental procedures, mainly referring to previous dental treatments. In order to provide an efficient analgesic effect reducing the fear and the pain related to the injection, The Wand STA, a computerized system to provide anesthesia, has been introduced in the marked: this allows practicing every kind of nerve block and permits to anesthetize a single tooth by using intra-ligamental infiltration.

The Wand benefits:

This kind of anesthesia is indicated both in endo-restorative and surgical treatments and the Literature reports that patients like it because the lack of numbness of the lips/tongue/cheeks after the procedure. The main post-operative complications reported with using this technique are necrosis or inflammation of the gum in the injection site and pain while chewing.
Pain during injection is practically absent.

A STYLEITALIANO CASE OF STUDY

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The Wand system seems to provide a less painful injection when compared to the conventional local anesthesia and it appears to be better tolerated with respect to a traditional syringe, above all in palatal injections. The Literature reports that, when placing a buccal infiltration on upper teeth, the onset of local anesthesia and the pain experience was no different using the Wand and the conventional technique (Kandiah, P; Tahmassebi, JF 2012).

As Styleitaliano, we set a study where 6 operators interviewed 180 patients before and after endodontic, restorative or surgical therapies in which anesthesia of a single tooth was provided by means of WAND.
A randomized table split the patients into 2 categories: in group 0 the anesthesia was provided only by buccal infiltration, in group 1 the infiltration was only lingual.

RESULTS

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The patients reported a very low pain during the injection (mean 1,4, SD 2,1) and during the therapies (mean 1,7, SD 2,3). Post-operative pain was almost absent (mean 0,8, SD 1,3)

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174 patients out of 180 received traditional anesthesia in the recent past and, when they were asked about their preference, 143 of them (82%) stated they preferred STA to traditional anesthesia. The mean rate given from the patients to STA with respect to the traditional method was 7,9 (SD 2,8).

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From the clinician’s point of view, the average efficacy of the STA was 8,3, while the average patient compliance was 7,9. In 41 cases out of 180 it was necessary to provide additional anesthesia in order to have full disappearance of the pain. The anesthesia had a good efficacy, regardless of the injection site (buccal or lingual) selected.

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The statistics (Mann Whitney test, confidence interval 95%) confirmed that no significant difference existed between the tested injection sites and that no significant difference existed among the results obtained by the clinicians involved in the study.

CASE BY DR. FRANCESCA CERUTTI

“The WAND STA in the treatment of mandibular teeth: a multicentric study” | Read more..

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The WAND STA in the treatment of mandibular teeth: a multicentric study

THE WAND FEATURES

HOW TO USE IT

COMPUTER-REGULATED FLOW RATES

DYNAMIC PRESSURE SENSING – DPS®

the wand computer control

The Wand® Computer Assisted Anesthesia System performs both traditional and newer injection types in a more effective and comfortable way for both the patient and the provider.

DYNAMIC PRESSURE SENSING – DPS®

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The instrument utilizes patented technologies like computer- regulated ow rates, Dynamic Pressure Sensing (DPS)®, and a uniquely ergonomic handpiece to enable signi cant improve- ments over the traditional dental syringe, which has remained virtually unchanged for over 160 years.

THE WAND HAND-PIECE

MULTIFUNCTIONAL

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Enables unparalleled tactile control. Enables bi-rotational insertion technique, eliminating needle deflection. Increases visibility and comfort for the provider, reduces anxiety in patients. Improve access and control.

MULTIFUNCTIONAL

the wand multifunction

Can use multiple cartridges with a single puncture. Auto-aspiration at the exact location of the needle. No retracting motion, like the syringe.
Allow the Training Mode, with audible feedback to assist the learning clinician.

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The Wand® is not just an anesthesia delivery instrument; it’s a dental practice differentiator.

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ADVANTAGES USING THE WAND

THE WAND IS THE BEST SOLUTION BOTH FOR PATIENTS AND CLINICIANS

FOR CLINICIANS
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FOR CLINICIANS
Less stress both physically and mentally with more options and flexibility.
Less stress both physically and mentally with more options and flexibility.
Increased productivity with rapid onset and time saved for the treatment.
Increased productivity with rapid onset and time saved for the treatment.
Patients satisfied = more clients. A new marketing opportunity.
Patients satisfied = more clients. A new marketing opportunity.
FOR PATIENTS
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FOR PATIENTS
Reduces anxiety and is more comfortable than the syringe
Reduces anxiety and is more comfortable than the syringe
Treatment in one visit and the patient can go straight back to work without a numb face.
Treatment in one visit and the patient can go straight back to work without a numb face.
Patients are more satisfied with and prefer The Wand vs. the syringe
Patients are more satisfied with and prefer The Wand vs. the syringe

CASE BY DR. DAN LAZAR

“WORKFLOW: COMPOSITE VENEERING ON NON VITAL TEETH” | Read more..

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ENDODONTIC TREATMENT

Single Tooth Anesthesia in root canal procedures

Anesthetic is injected with considerable pressure. Sometimes it is painful on delivery, and can cause post-operative discomfort. Using a conventional syringe, the possibility of breakage of the anesthetic cartridge does exist.
Recently, a computer-controlled local dental anaesthetic system has been developed. This technology utilises an electro-mechanical motor regulated by a central processor unit functioning in concert with a force/pressure transducer. The machine continuously monitors the exit pressure of the anaesthetic solution, and automates the injection at a controlled rate, thus reducing pain and post-op discomfort.

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“Single Tooth Anesthesia”

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