Local anaesthesia can often be unbearable for young patients and stressful for a dentist. A computer-controlled local anaesthesia system allows the delivery speed and pressure to be adjusted to the clinical situation, developmental, anatomical, and physiological tissue differences observed in children. Effective anaesthesia is achieved with a lower amount of analgesic reducing the risk of toxic or allergic reactions and minimizing discomfort and sensation of numbness after the treatment. It helps prevent unwanted self- injuries to the lips, cheeks, and tongue.
Nowadays dental implants are mostly the first treatment option for missing teeth. Long-term promising results increase the interest on implant treatment for both patients and dentists. Especially with digitalization, dental treatment became more reachable as the procedures get easier. Plus, answering the demand of shortened treatment period is the most favorable result of digital implant dentistry.