Quicksleeper S5 intraosseous local anaesthetic hands-on training courses announced
General Medical is the UK distributor for Quicksleeper S5, the computer controlled local anaesthetic system that delivers profound anaesthesia quickly, easily and painlessly.
Quicksleeper S5 enables dentists to perform intraosseous local anaesthesia whereby a small amount of conventional local anaesthetic is placed in the spongy bone between teeth. Eliminating the need for painful infiltration, block and palatal injections it delivers profound anaesthesia almost instantaneously; a real practice builder, especially when treating children and other potentially nervous patients. Because it acts locally and does not create lingual anaesthesia or the “thick lip” associated with ID and mental blocks there is no risk of the patient biting the lip and it is safe to use bilaterally on the mandible.
Using Quicksleeper S5 it is possible to anaesthetize between two and eight teeth with just one injection without the need for additional palatal or buccal injections – enabling more treatment to be performed per session. Completely pain-free intraosseous local anaesthesia is even viable in the presence of pulpitis, and can be employed for all forms of treatment including extractions and implantology.
Quicksleeper S5 can also be used for traditional infiltration and intraligamental anaesthetic procedures.
General Medical will be running an “Introduction to intraosseous anaesthesia using Quicksleeper S5” course on Friday 6th October 2017 in Stratford upon Avon and Friday 24th November 2017 in Manchester. Featuring a hands-on session, so delegates can practice and feel the benefits for themselves, the course will run from 09.00 to 13.00. Offering four hours verifiable CPD the course includes refreshments and the fee is refundable against a subsequent Quicksleeper S5 purchase.
The company will also be running a Quicksleeper masterclass for existing Quicksleeper users on Friday 6th October and Friday 24th November from 13.00 to 17.00 at the same venues.