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New Local Anesthetic Works Via Nasal Spray

by in 2016 ADA Annual Session Denver

Kovonase is indicated for regional anesthesia for restorative procedures on teeth Nos. 4 to 13, or, "the smile zone." The dental professional is advised to administer 2 sprays, 4 minutes apart for adult patients. Anesthesia should be achieved in less than 10 minutes. This could be a remarkable addition to the dental office, especially for patients who have fears of the needle.

For more information, visit booth No. 637 at the ADA meeting or visit kovanaze.com.

Kovonase made its debut at the 2016 ADA meeting, garnering much attention to booth No. 637. (For those attending the ADA, you can't miss the tall, blinking, LED lights.) Manufactured for St. Renatus, Kovanaze is a local anesthetic that numbs the mouth via a nasal spray. Dental professionals have been flooding the booth to learn more. Kovonase is indicated for regional anesthesia for restorative procedures on teeth Nos. 4 to 13, or, "the smile zone." The dental professional is advised to administer 2 sprays, 4 minutes apart for adult patients. Anesthesia should be achieved in less than 10 minutes. This could be a remarkable addition to the dental office, especially for patients who have fears of the needle.

For more information, visit booth No. 637 at the ADA meeting or visit kovanaze.com.

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