This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
I think it is safe to say that many people have a fear of visiting the Dentist. It isn’t only children, many adults fear the dentist visit and getting dental work done. I think it is most likely because of the needles. No one enjoys getting shots, much less in their mouths. So that can create fear and anxiety when you know you need dental work.
Another big reason people dread dental work is the numb mouth afterwards. It isn’t easy to get right back to work and even eating and drinking is impossible (without humiliating yourself and making a mess) when you have a numb mouth. If you are located in PA, Philadelphia cosmetic dentistry is an excellent choice for a fear free dentist visit.
So I was so happy to learn about The Wand since it is changing the way Dental work is being done in a fantastic way.
“Using a computer-controlled system, The Wand (which is no bigger than your basic pen) controls the flow of the anesthesia as it goes in. This is important because pain doesn’t come from the needle. It happens because the pressure of delivering anesthesia may be too fast. What makes The Wand unique is that it removes the pressure inconsistency of manual injections.
Better yet, The Wand gets anesthesia to the specific spot where it’s needed without having to numb a large and unnecessary part of the mouth. This means you don’t leave with the feeling of a fat lip or numb tongue, and can get back to whatever you’re doing right away…including school or work.”
Check out this Fox New Story Video about The Wand.
I think The Wand is going to completely change how dental work is perceived and make fear of the dentist a thing of the past!
If your dentist doesn’t know about The Wand have him or her visit www.TheWand.com, or you go there yourself to find a practice near you that uses The Wand.
Check out what these happy patients have to say about The Wand.
“I didn’t feel a thing, it was amazing. I couldn’t even tell it was numb!”
“The best part for me is afterwards because you never leave the office with that really heavy feeling and droopy lip, and afraid you’re going to bite your cheek because it’s really localized to that particular tooth. It’s really comfortable during the procedure and of course afterwards as well.”