Education Hub

Education Hub for the Dental Pain Eraser

The Dental Pain Eraser will be a real game changer for your practice.

It is the only immediate acting, long lasting, pain reliever for dental treatment and oral disorders without side-effects & safety concerns. Here are some resources to help you learn more about using the Dental Pain Eraser in the office and for your patients at home.  Welcome to the revolution!

Dental and Hygiene Treatment

Advantages

Learn about the many advantages for your dental practice and your hygienists when using the Dental Pain Eraser with your patients.

  • Drug-free relief
  • Immediate pain relief
  • Eliminate fear in patients
  • Improve patient experience
  • Eliminate topical/local anesthetic
  • Improve safety for hygienists by reducing “slip” from gel
  • Reduce appointment time
  • Reduce follow up emergency appointments
  • Have Telemedicine consult and send to patient for relief at home

Remote Patient (social distancing, travel, illness, telemedicine)

Prescribe to patient for immediate relief at home

Dental Hygiene Appointment

Improve patient experience, eliminate topical/local anesthetic, improve safety to hygienist by reducing “slip” after gel application

Dental Hypersensitivity

Immediate relief during procedures with severe erosion/ root exposure/chipped tooth, whitening

Cracked Tooth Pain

Differential diagnostic use and immediate pain relief

Restorative Procedures, Preparation/Decay Removal, Reversible Pulpitis

Reduce appointment time and eliminate fear since no needle is used

Crown Cementation

Eliminate severe sensitivity, reduce appointment time, and improve patient experience

Tooth Pain (internal and periodontal)

Relief from grinding, clenching, hyper-occlusion, reduce appointment time by getting patient comfortable quicker

Ulcerative Soft Tissue Pain (aphthous ulcers, abrasions from appliances/prostheses, post-procedural trauma)

Offer fast drug-free relief

Reduce follow up emergency appointments

Clinical examples

For more video examples of dental use of the Dental Pain Eraser, visit our Clinical Examples page.

Hygienist instructions for scaling and root planing

Scaling and root planing instructions

Severe sensitivity to cavitron scaling

Apply for tooth sensitivity and canker sore pain

Orthodontic Treatment

Advantages

Learn about the many advantages for your orthodontic practice when using the Dental Pain Eraser with your patients.

  • Immediate non-pharmacologic relief of pain
  • Reduce inflammatory mediators
  • Fastest and easiest drug-free reduction of soft tissue pain
  • Immediate pre-dosing relief
  • Relief of hypersensitivity of both brace “pop off” and polishing
  • Extreme time savings (45 minute appointment becomes 5)
  • Eliminate need for a general dental visit
  • Improve patient tolerance

Inflamed PDL

Immediate non pharmacologic relief of pain (single tooth in 10 seconds/whole mouth in < 2 minutes)

Inflamed Pulpal Tissue

Immediately reduce inflammatory mediators which cause deep dull ache

Aphthous Ulcer/Soft Tissue Trauma and Abrasion

Fastest and easiest drug-free reduction of soft tissue pain (< 30 seconds)

Impacted Tooth Tie-in

Immediate pre-dosing relief of pain associated with ligation of impacted teeth through soft tissue

Air Sensitivity at De-bonding/Brace Removal

Improve patient experience with immediate relief of hypersensitivity of both brace “pop off” and polishing, extreme time savings (45 minute appointment becomes 5)

Occlusal sensitivity

Use for differential diagnosis of hyper-occlusion, possibly eliminate need for a general dental visit and for endodontic treatment, use as diagnostic indicator to significantly reduce emergency appointment

Reproximation/Slenderizing of tooth structure

Apply prior to reproximation to improve patient tolerance and pain relief, improve patient satisfaction/acceptance, reduce time of procedure

Clinical examples

For more video examples of orthodontic use of the Dental Pain Eraser, visit our Clinical Examples page.

Ormco manager eats chips for the first time in weeks after getting braces

Excellent patient example of orthodontic debond severe sensitivity

Aspen manager gets relief from tooth sensitivity due to debonding

Disking IPR pain reduction

Oral surgery and related surgical care

Advantages

Learn about the many advantages for your patients during oral surgery and when you send them home with the Dental Pain Eraser to manage pain in the following days.

  • Ease stress of children and patients with big fears
  • Keep patient more relaxed because no needle
  • Reduce post-operative pain and swelling
  • Opioid-free pain relief
  • Reduce possibility of allergic reaction
  • Reduce need for follow up emergency appointments

Front line tool for trauma

Allow for blocking pain to soft tissue and hard tissue prior to retraction and access for assessment/ stabilization. Used by Boston Celtics, Patriots and Bruins dentist for professional sports injuries to get athletes functioning again quickly.

Trauma Experience

Game changer to ease the stress of appointments with children and patients with big fears, easier to perform procedure and keep patient more relaxed when do not need to use a needle

Post-operative Pain (extractions, implants, periodontal, suture, endodontic, filling)

Reduce post-operative pain and swelling, opiod-free pain relief, immediate comfort, patient controlled, reduce possibility of allergic reaction, reduce need for follow up emergency appointments

Clinical examples

For more video examples of surgical use of the Dental Pain Eraser, visit our Clinical Examples page.

Fracture tooth pain relief

Traumatic ulcer buccal mucosa

Eliminates severe pain occlusal trauma tooth number 3. Avoiding root canal

Cracked tooth syndrome

Consumer/At Home Use

Advantages

Learn about the many advantages of selling or leasing the Dental Pain Eraser to your patients to use themselves at home.

  • Portable, affordable, immediate pain relief
  • Can have a telemedicine consult and then send Dental Pain Eraser for patient to use at home
  • Patient can treat post-operative pain and swelling themselves at home which reduces need for follow up emergency appointments
  • Improvement over limitations of other pain relief methods such as opioid (can cause dependency), NSAIDS (allergy, side effects, delayed response), and topical anesthetics (messy, not long lasting, severe side effects causing them to be banned in children under age of 2 due to blood disorders)

Clinical examples

For more video examples of how easy it is for a patient to use the Dental Pain Eraser themselves (which they could also do at home), visit our Clinical Examples page.

Help with TMJ Pain

11 year old uses the Dental Pain Eraser while getting braces

12 year old who has not slept for days because of a tooth infection easily learns to use the Dental Pain Eraser

Patient talks about using the Dental Pain Eraser at home for post-operative pain

Office Finances

Advantages

Learn about the financial advantages of using the Dental Pain Eraser in your practice and the insurance codes you can use.

Improve Office Efficiency
Up to an hour per day of improved efficiency depending on procedure for hygienist and dentist independently which translates to a $500-800/day savings leading to increased production, improved quality of provider and staff experience and improved patient satisfaction

Potential for in-office sales/profit
Sales opportunities to patients and additional sales to family members who have a history of aphthous ulcers, medical increased incidence of ulcerations, abrasions from orthodontic appliances or sleep apnea appliances, or use in conjunction with professional teeth whitening systems.

Tele-medicine and tele-dental
Following a consultation with patient, can deliver the Dental Pain Eraser to the patient and provide for source of increased revenue.

Insurance Codes

You can bill using these insurance codes. Insurance codes can be combined, increasing financial possibilities.

CPT Code Description Payout
D9110 Palliative (Emergency) Treatment of Dental Pain $55
(98% payout rate)
D9910 Application of Desensitizing Medicament $37
(high success rate)
D9630 Medicaments dispensed in the dental office for home use $32
(reported average)
D7465

Obliteration of lesion by physical or chemical method

Used for electro-surg., electrical delivery of signal to block pain, reduce swelling, in cases of severe aphthous ulceration (medical condition or high incidence), general ulcerations due to medication response (cancer patient relief)

up to $245

Education Materials

Advantages

You will be given promotional materials that you can use to educate your patients about the Dental Pain Eraser including a table tent and pamphlets to have at the front desk.

Dental Pain Eraser table tent for officeDental Pain Eraser Pamphlet for front desk

Other useful resources

Here are some educational resources that you can download for your own reference or to educate your patients.

For Clinicians

Clinical Scenario-based InstructionsDental Pain Eraser Clinical Experiences from HygienistsDental pain Eraser Product Insert postcard

Dental Pain Eraser Insurance Codes postcardValue Proposition

For patients

Dental Pain Eraser BrochureDental Pain Eraser Patient Guide to How it WorksDental Pain Eraser Survey postcard

Insurance Codes

You can bill using these insurance codes. Insurance codes can be combined, increasing financial possibilities.

CPT Code Description Payout
D9110 Palliative (Emergency) Treatment of Dental Pain $55
(98% payout rate)
D9910 Application of Desensitizing Medicament $37
(high success rate)
D9630 Medicaments dispensed in the dental office for home use $32
(reported average)
D7465

Obliteration of lesion by physical or chemical method

Used for electro-surg., electrical delivery of signal to block pain, reduce swelling, in cases of severe aphthous ulceration (medical condition or high incidence), general ulcerations due to medication response (cancer patient relief)

up to $245

Improve Office Efficiency

Up to an hour per day of improved efficiency depending on procedure for hygienist and dentist independently which translates to a $500-800/day savings leading to increased production, improved quality of provider and staff experience and improved patient satisfaction

Potential for in-office sales/profit

Sales opportunities to patients and additional sales to family members who have a history of aphthous ulcers, medical increased incidence of ulcerations, abrasions from orthodontic appliances or sleep apnea appliances, or use in conjunction with professional teeth whitening systems.

Tele-medicine and tele-dental

Following a consultation with patient, can deliver the Dental Pain Eraser to the patient and provide for source of increased revenue.

Dental Provider/Corporate Partner

Increase dental provider population to include those that previously stayed away due to pain and fear

The Dental Pain Eraser has been significantly documented to help patients reduce fear of the initial meeting appointment and evaluation by a dental provider (hygienist/ dentist) thus opening opportunities to a broader patient base not yet serviced (40 M people in the US alone).

Corporate partner can enter parts of the field not present before.

Clinical Scenarios

Dental

Remote Patient (social distancing, travel, illness, telemedicine)

Prescribe to patient for immediate relief at home

Dental Hygiene Appointment

Improve patient experience, eliminate topical/local anesthetic, improve safety to hygienist by reducing “slip” after gel application

Dental Hypersensitivity

Immediate relief during procedures with severe erosion/ root exposure/chipped tooth, whitening

Cracked Tooth Pain

Differential diagnostic use and immediate pain relief

Restorative Procedures, Preparation/Decay Removal, Reversible Pulpitis

Reduce appointment time and eliminate fear since no needle is used

Crown Cementation

Eliminate severe sensitivity, reduce appointment time, and improve patient experience

Tooth Pain (internal and periodontal)

Relief from grinding, clenching, hyper-occlusion, reduce appointment time by getting patient comfortable quicker

Ulcerative Soft Tissue Pain (aphthous ulcers, abrasions from appliances/prostheses, post-procedural trauma)

Offer fast drug-free relief

Reduce follow up emergency appointments

Surgical/Trauma

Front line tool for trauma

Allow for blocking pain to soft tissue and hard tissue prior to retraction and access for assessment/ stabilization. Used by Boston Celtics, Patriots and Bruins dentist for professional sports injuries to get athletes functioning again quickly.

Trauma Experience

Game changer to ease the stress of appointments with children and patients with big fears, easier to perform procedure and keep patient more relaxed when do not need to use a needle

Post-operative Pain (extractions, implants, periodontal, suture, endodontic, filling)

Reduce post-operative pain and swelling, opiod-free pain relief, immediate comfort, patient controlled, reduce possibility of allergic reaction, reduce need for follow up emergency appointments

Orthodontic

Inflamed PDL

Immediate non pharmacologic relief of pain (single tooth in 10 seconds/whole mouth in < 2 minutes)

Inflamed Pulpal Tissue

Immediately reduce inflammatory mediators which cause deep dull ache

Aphthous Ulcer/Soft Tissue Trauma and Abrasion

Fastest and easiest drug-free reduction of soft tissue pain (< 30 seconds)

Impacted Tooth Tie-in

Immediate pre-dosing relief of pain associated with ligation of impacted teeth through soft tissue

Air Sensitivity at De-bonding/Brace Removal

Improve patient experience with immediate relief of hypersensitivity of both brace “pop off” and polishing, extreme time savings (45 minute appointment becomes 5)

Occlusal sensitivity

Use for differential diagnosis of hyper-occlusion, possibly eliminate need for a general dental visit and for endodontic treatment, use as diagnostic indicator to significantly reduce emergency appointment

Reproximation/Slenderizing of tooth structure

Apply prior to reproximation to improve patient tolerance and pain relief, improve patient satisfaction/acceptance, reduce time of procedure

Consumer

Dental Pain at Home (relating to or independent of dental visit)

Portable, affordable, immediate pain relief, improvement over limitations of other pain relief methods such as opioid (can cause dependency), NSAIDS (allergy, side effects, delayed response), topical anesthetics (messy, not long lasting, severe side effects causing them to be banned in children under age of 2 due to blood disorders)

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