Successful Pilot Trial of Needle-free Dental Anaesthesia

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Researchers are literally taking the pain out of visits to the dentist after the successful creation and pilot trial of a needle-free device for dental anaesthesia for teeth extractions.

A collaboration between the University of Otago, University of Auckland, and Auckland University of Technology, the device differs from other needle-free dental jet injectors in that it is driven by a silent motor and is specifically designed for dental work.

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