Dental Services

Pain Free Anesthesia

Anesthetic solutions under control, with Wand by Milestone


Statistical investigations in Europe and America have proved that the main reason for the patients to delay their annual regular appointment with their dentist is the fear of the needle and the injection. During the last centuries, the image of a dentist is usually this of approaching the patient with an injection on his hand. Many patients show up to the dental office with many accumulated dental problems and admit that the main reason for the bad situation of their teeth is just the idea of the injection! The view only is enough to postpone for an additional year their visit to the dental office. If we ask the patients what they really fear, their answer is that their main problem is that ”huge” metallic injection with an enormous needle coming against their face and this is equivalent to pain!

However, all the above belong to the past, because now we have the possibility to deliver anesthetic solutions under control, with the system Wand by Milestone.

Several patients believe that the needle puncture causes the pain during the injection. The truth is that the pain is caused from the penetration of the anesthetic solution inside the tissues.

At the end of the plastic tube that has replaced the huge metallic syringe, there is a very thin and short insulin needle. Therefore, there is no pain, because the tissues are not injured and the anesthetic solution is injected with a very slow and constant rate. Very frequently, the patient does not even feel that the anesthesia has finished!!!

Furthermore, just viewing this extra small needle, the dentophobic patient relaxes, trusts his dentist and accepts to fix the next appointment for his dental treatment. The final result is a positive dental experience for the patient.

The new revolutionary and ergonomically designed hand piece of the electronic system for the anesthetic delivery helps the dentist to give anesthesia painlessly on every area of the mouth. The injection rate of the anesthetic solution is electronically controlled and not by the hand, consequently is stable and accurate (1 drop every 2 seconds).