University of the Pacific Clinical Study on Vibration Devices and Pain

Clinical Study: Operator Preference Of Retraction Method During Anesthesia Delivery

University of the Pacific Clinical Study Conducted By: Rahaf Dak-Albab, Mohammad Bashier Al-Monaqel1, Rana Koshha, Hisham Shakhashero, Rania Soudan. 

Study Conclusion

Conclusion: These results indicate that using vibration with mandibular nerve block injection was significantly better able to relieve pain than the use of topical gel during the procedure and therefore, it could be an easy convenient alternative. Further studies are required to detect the efficacy of Dentalvibe device in other types of intra-oral dental injections; and a comparison of this device with other vibration machines is also suggested to provide further beneficial results.

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