Innovation for dental anesthesia as a leitmotiv for more than 35 years



During his whole career, French Dr Alain Villette didn't accept that anesthesia could be inefficient and create wasting time for dentists. Since the beginning of the 80's, he led a lot of studies to finally note that dental anesthesias need to be considered as a major act and have to follow a strategy.

He came to the point that intraosseous anesthesia was the best solution for most cases, especially for mandibular molars even in pulpitis.

These researches brought Dr Alain Villette convictions about best practices but traditional tools failed to make osteocentral anesthesias simple. That became the starting point of Dental Hi Tec in 1997.


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