Electronic Dental Anesthesia (EDA) With Syrtenty® TENS Unit Pads Addresses Needle Phobia
(EMAILWIRE.COM, April 18, 2015 ) Titusville, FL -- According to Healthline.com, 20% of the population has fear associated with needles, and 10% has specific fear of needles or what is medically known as Trypanophobia. People with Trypanophobia is seriously fearful of anything that has anything to do with needles or shots, including medical tests, injectable medications, and dental procedures that would require local anesthesia. To address this issue, some dental practitioners now opt to use electronic dental anesthesia (EDA) using transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) machines with Electrodes for TENS unit.
In response, Syrtenty releases TENS unit replacement pads that come in all shapes and sizes, including 1-inch round electrode pads that fits the cheeks and jaws perfectly. Electrode pads from Syrtenty are found to be sticky enough, distributing current on the target area more effectively and more evenly. Sticky electrode pads also prevent electric shocks and burns. Syrtenty TENS unit pads are also hypoallergenic to avoid skin irritations.
Patients with serious medical conditions who also has fear of needles are making matters worse by avoiding needles. For instance, a diabetic might experience complications because of his/her fear of insulin shots. In addition, people with bad dental conditions might not go to the dentist because of their fear of receiving local anesthesia before the dental treatment.
Trypanophobia is both inherited and acquired. When a young child sees a sibling getting a vaccination, and crying in response to the pain, s/he might start fearing needles as well. Only a small number of people inherit this fear of needles.
The use of TENS machine together with TENS unit replacement pads instead of injectable anesthesia improved the experience of patients with Trypanophobia in undergoing dental procedures. According to website "Intelligent Dental," "Using EDA alone (no local anaesthesia or sedation ) in restorative dentistry, Clark and associate demonstrated a statistically significant success rate when EDA was used versus a placebo EDA unit."
In another study conducted by Lodaya et al., it was found that EDA can be used in extracting wobbly teeth only, and EDA was most effective in stainless steel crown restoration. The researchers suggested that small TENS unit electrodes, such as Syrtenty's, be used for the purpose of EDA.
Midwest Health Solutions is an authorized seller of Syrtenty small 1-inch round electrode pads that could be purchased on Amazon.
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