Dr. Neely takes the fear, anxiety and pain out of anesthetic injections with The Wand. Dr. Neely understands that some patients cringe at the mere sight of a needle and syringe. It doesn’t look or hurt like a syringe, and it works even better.
HOW DOES WAND MAKE INJECTIONS LESS PAINFUL?
- A microprocessor inside The Wand automatically compensates for different tissue densities. The anesthetic is delivered at a constant pressure and volume that is typically below the threshold of pain.
- The computer provides a flow of anesthetic directly ahead of the needle. This numbs the site of insertion and develops a “pathway of anesthesia,” meaning you hardly feel the injection at all.
The source of discomfort for most injections is not the needle. Actually, it is the flow of the anesthetic into your tissue that causes the pain. Since The Wand delivers the anesthetic at a variable flow rate, the system provides a comfortable injection every time. Patients love the Wand!