The PDL Intraligamentary Syringe

Falmouth, Maine_October 4, 1994
Latest Update Saturday, January 17, 1998

Many dentists have stopped doing mandibular blocks except in rare instances.

Others have attracted many new patients because their patients can leave the office and go directly to work or school without a numb lip.

Many dentists are using the PDL syringe for endo, extractions, operative and crown and bridge.

If you haven't thought about intraligamentary anesthesia because the only syringes you have seen are the 'shiny six guns' take a look at the PDL.

It is small, and surprisingly easy to operate.

It's pencil grip design makes positioning the needle much easier than the pistol grip types.

There are only a couple of technique tips that you will have to learn.

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