The apparatus Single Tooth Anesthesia (STA) is a computer-controlled local anesthetic delivery system designed specifically for application in dental care. The infusion is painless primarily because of the delayed computer-controlled delivery of anesthesia, which culminates in psychological irritation below the client’s pain tolerance.
In dentistry, VR technology replicates tooth reduction. The operator utilizes a digitizer, which, when worn with specific eyeglasses, displays the desired equipment, such as a lower or higher velocity workpiece, on the 3D projecting stereoscopic computer.
The procedure requires precise digital representation of the equipment and gingival tissues and advanced graphic applications to demonstrate tooth removal. Additionally, dental insertion, maxillofacial operations, temporomandibular joint movement studies, and prosthetic operations utilize this technique.