DENTAL HI TEC ACADEMY

SleeperOne5 Vs QuickSleeper5 : Which device is the most suitable for your practice ?
​Dr Marina PAPACHRONI gives an insight.

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Step 1: ​Send your demand to test QuickSleeper5 or SleeperOne 5  

Submit the demand form with correct information. Your information on this form will be used for your demand voucher and other documents.

In case you are resident in an eligible country, you can finalize your order in less than 2 minutes. Otherwise your demand will be processed by Dental Hi Tec in less than 3 days and you will be contacted by mail or phone.
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Step 2: Participate in 1h workshop with a clinical trainer specialized in pediatric dentistry

  • With Dr Antonio PEDRO-SILVA & Marina PAPACHRONI
  • Face to face training
  • Ask your questions and exchange about your clinical cases
  • Pedagogic model and training supports

   

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Step 3: Equip yourself and change the game !

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Monday 14th Dec. 2020
6:30 PM (CET)

With Dr Antonio PEDRO SILVA

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Friday 18th Dec. 2020
6:30 PM (CET)

With Dr Marina PAPACHRONI

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Thursday 7th Jan. 2021
6:30 PM (CET)

With Dr Antonio PEDRO SILVA

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Thursday 14th Jan. 2021
6:30 PM (CET)

With Dr Marina PAPACHRONI

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Intraosseous anesthesia
Game changer in Pediatric Dentistry

In this page, you can find all about intraosseous anesthesia in pediatric dentistry and start to change the game from now on. This page is done by Dental Hi Tec Academy pediatric team and with support of Dental Hi Tec to make intraosseous anesthesia more available for all pediatric dentists. 

Based on the new protocols issued after the pandemic of COVID-19, Intraosseous anesthesia is even more effective for the dentists who already use the technique. Take a time to see the advantages and start yourself.

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Dr Marina PAPACHRONI
DDS.MSc, Pediatric Dentist

"I started using the SleeperOne device and I was very enthusiastic. It was painless, children were relaxed and we were talking to each other, even joking, during anesthesia. It was easy and friendly to learn. I had the opportunity to work in a whole quadrant with one injection and not complementary anesthesia. Parents were surprised at the end of the procedure and they were asking if there is something like that for their teeth. No more lip bites and phone calls. One more amazing thing was, that I could work in teeth on different quadrants in the same appointment, which was very convenient for the treatment plan. In small children and in special need patients, therapy was much easier because there wasn’t the feeling of numbness. For the same reason, it was possible where the circumstances demand it, to perform therapy even at the first appointment.

I can’t imagine going back in typical anesthesia, not for me, not for my patients."

Dr Antonio PEDRO SILVA
Pediatric Dentist

Antonio Pedro Silva received his specialization in pediatric dentistry from Oporto Dental Medical School in 2011. Dr. Silva is founder of the Pediatric Dentistry Forum with more than 44,000 members from around the world. He has already been invited as a Keynote speaker in several countries: Italy, Spain; United States, Portugal, Mexico, Russia, Israel, Egypt, Iraq, Bulgaria and Ukraine. He is a member of the PR committee of the International Association of Pediatric Dentistry (IAPD) and chairman of the Young IAPD Network for young pediatric dentists of the same organization.

Benefits of intraosseous anesthesia

Painfree

Enjoy a truly painless and stressless procedure during dental anesthesia which improves cooperation in Pediatric Dentistry.

Immediate

Start working immediately after injection. Earn time and organise better your appointments through a totally controlled anesthesia procedure.  

Effective

By administering the local anaesthetic directly into the cancellous bone, the teeth are perfectly anesthetised, even in MIH cases or teeth with irreversible pulpitis. 

Less toxicity

With Intraosseous Anesthesia a significantly smaller amount of anesthetic  solution is used, compared to classical technique.

No lip biting

Intraosseous injection results in pulpal, periodontal and attached gingiva anesthesia, without collateral, soft tissue anesthesia which usually results in lip biting.

No ID block anymore

Achieve a full quadrant anesthesia through the diffusion of the anaesthetic solution into the cancerous bone without any need of ID block or any complementary anesthesia.