It's just not an expression: needle-free anesthesia leaves even Dutch dentists (and patients) speechless and the use of Comfort-in becomes today, not only the only certified totally painless solution, but also one fundamental prevention tool in the Coronavirus and pathogens era. AD Niews Netherland

The interview given to the Dutch newspaper "AD Nieuws" by the Italian dentist Fabio Rigutto, owner of Zoetermeer's Tandlheelkundig Centrum de Leyens in the South of Holland: provides clear and sensational evidence: "Patients already vibrate in the chair at a check-up appointment. As soon as treatment is needed, they refuse it because of the associated injection. Therefore, we plan to use needle-free anesthesia often. Who knows, other dentists could follow our example ".

The revolutionary needle-less injection system is still very little known in the Netherlands, where the main professional organizations of dentists and dental technicians, the Academisch Centrum Tandheelkunde Amsterdam itself and the Medical Center of the University of Radboud now face the use of this new tool. "This method - underlines Rigutto - is still little used by our dentists who thanks to the contribution of our Center and some colleagues are now discovering its advantages".
However, the fear of the dentist in over 40% of the population has also been known for a long time.

A fear that often has its roots in childhood trauma and in traumatic encounters with anesthesia and pain. “Some patients are afraid of suffering from too acute pain. Others suffocate during anesthesia. Then there are all those who have needle phobia. We offer additional support, able to guarantee greater serenity in those who come to visit us ".

An anti-fear support that is in the Zoetermeer Dental Center is ensured by Comfort-in and made more complete by another practice much appreciated by the patients of the Tandlheelkundig Centrum: “We want even patients who fear the needle to enjoy good dental care - Rigutto points out. "For this reason, even before the arrival of Comfort-in, we used to calm our patients during the operations, thanks to the support of headphones for music."