Building confidence with Vibraject

January 2013
British Dental Nurses Journal;Winter2013, Vol. 73 Issue 1, p20
Academic Journal
Product Review
The article provides information on Vibraject injection, a capsule which snaps onto the syringe, causing the syringe to vibrate and mask the discomfort patients would normally feel with topical anaesthetics.


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