DENTAL SYRINGEA dental syringe is a syringe used by dentists for the injection of an anesthetic. It consists of a breech-loading syringe fitted with a sealed cartridge containing anesthetic solution.
Maximum convenience, safety and economy, for use with capsules and dental needles. Autoclavable.
• Large see-through window makes it easy to remove the • Ergonomic, contemporary design • Lateral loading • Self-aspirating as the result of a drop-in pressure • Can be used with all commercially available cylinder ampoules (with hole plug and full plug), depending on design • Available in sizes 1.8 ml and 2.2 ml (for cylinder • Autoclavable, can withstand temperatures up to 180°C DESCRIPTION
DENTAL SYRINGE CONE TIP (NOT AVAILABLE - DISCONTINUED) CAPES MEDICAL LTD | 18 TUKORAKO DRIVE, MOUNT MAUNGANUI phone 07 575 9777 | fax 07 575 9333 | email [email protected] | web Dental anesthesia is the process of anesthetization for The dentist uses specialized dental syringe containing a the purpose of operation on the dental, gingival, and breech-loading syringe that has an anesthetic solution its associated oral structures. The dental anesthesia packed in a hermetically sealed cartridge. The syringe tip procedure relieves the patients discomfort and pain is detachable from the syringe body. This dental syringe during the dental treatment. Normally, the inferior alveolar containing the anesthesia is inserted towards the root nerve is anesthetized for dental anesthesia procedures. apex of the tooth until the bone is contacted. The dental The usual site of injecting dental anesthesia is the carpule contains the anesthetic agent of xylocaine with mandibular foramen. This causes the blockage of the epinephrine. The dental syringe may also contain an inferior dental nerve, causing the loss of sensation in the additional tool to supply water or air to remove debris lower lip, chin, tongue and the teeth.
while conducting the dental procedure. A 3-way dental syringe is used which can supply pressurized air, water, During the process of dental anesthetization, different and a mist of water and air through separate channels to anesthetic agents are used to block the inferior alveolar nerves sensory transmission to the central nervous system. Topical anesthetics like Eugenol, benzocaine are applied to the oral tissues with a sterile swab to relieve buccal surface pain. Nitrous oxide, the anti-anxiety agent, relaxes the patient during the dental procedures. Anti-anxiety agents are used for moderate sedation purpose. Lidocaine, xylocaine, septocaine or marcaine, or any other suitable anesthetic agent, depending on the procedural requirement, induces local anesthesia. Deeper sedation or general anesthesia under ketamine or fentanyl may be required in certain dental cases.
Reference Source: CAPES MEDICAL LTD | 18 TUKORAKO DRIVE, MOUNT MAUNGANUI phone 07 575 9777 | fax 07 575 9333 | email [email protected] | web


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