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Single tooth anesthesia versus conventional anesthesia: a cross-over study.

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Summary of "Single tooth anesthesia versus conventional anesthesia: a cross-over study."

The aim of the present study was to compare an electronic device, the Wand Injection System (Milestone Scientific Livingstone), with conventional anesthesia in terms of the following: pain sensation during anesthetic injection; effectiveness in achieving adequate anesthesia for a complete painless dental treatment; post-operative discomfort; and patient's anxiety toward dental treatment.

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Name: Clinical oral investigations
ISSN: 1436-3771
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