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That’s why, everyday, we reach for our computerized anesthetic to keep our patients comfortable. With delicate sensors and real-time feedback computerized anesthetic provides optimum comfort. And a very different experience than the traditional syringe. Innovative technologies such as digital x-rays, laser diagnostics and computerized anesthetic enhance our treatments and insure you’re receiving the leading edge care you’ve come to expect. Whether family dentistry, cosmetic solutions or more advanced treatments  innovative care makes it easy to keep you smiling.

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History: In 1844 the thumb driven syringe was hailed as a break through technology. Irish physician Francis Rynd invented the hollow needle and used it to make the first recorded subcutaneous injections. In1853 Charles Pravaz and Alexander Wood developed a medical hypodermic syringe with a needle fine enough to pierce the skin. In 1946 Chance Brothers in Smethwick, Birmingham, England produce the first all-glass syringe with interchangeable barrel and plunger, thereby allowing mass-sterilization of components without the need for matching them. In 1956 New Zealand pharmacist and inventor Colin Murdoch was granted New Zealand and Australian patents for a disposable plastic syringe.

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