QuickSleeper 5

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The QuickSleeper5 electronic pen performs efficient and comfortable local dental anesthesia, but also, and in particular, intraosseous anesthesia.

Unique worldwide, this system enables anesthetic to be injected very close to the apices, thanks to the needle rotation. With the QuickSleeper, your anesthesias are painless for the patient and always immedaitely effective.

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Product Description


Why choose intraosseous anesthesia
with QuickSleeper 5 ?

QuickSleeper is the only system in the world that enables an easy injection of anesthetic close to the apices of the teeth. It possesses an exclusive needle rotation function enabling it to pass easily and painlessly through the cortical bone.

In addition to being reliable, this system requires few consumables. It will also give a modern and differentiating image to your practice.

Why choose electronic anesthesia with SleeperOne?

Electronic injection allows perfect control of injection speeds for:-

– performing painless mucous and palatal anesthesia
– optimize all infiltration, para-apical, block and intraligamentary anesthesias

  • Improves the effectiveness of anesthesia
  • Painless delivery thanks to electronically assisted injection
  • The ”magic wand” for children
  • No increased muscular effort for dense tissue injections
  • Reduces the risk of intraligamentary and palatal necrosis

The advantages of intraosseous anesthesia :

  • Immediate & profound anesthesia
  • Without collateral soft tissue numbness
  • 2 to 6 teeth anesthetized with only one injection
  • Stressless anesthesias, even with children
  • Allows multi-quadrant treatments
  • Optimizes appointment and practice management


Here are a few of the numerous applications of QuickSleeper5 which will change your approach to anesthesia and bring you greater serenity.

Anesthetize a tooth with pulpitis

QuickSleeper allows you to perfectly control the amount of anesthetic delivered into the cancellous bone. The quality of the intraosseous anesthesia is by far superior to the quality of anesthesia obtained with conventional techniques, such as ID nerve blocks, intraligamentairies or intraseptals. You will never again have to deliver an intrapulpal anesthesia.

Optimize long appointments

Long sessions are one of the keys to any successful modern practice. With a single injection and a reduced quantity of anesthetic compared with conventional techniques, you can treat a complete quadrant.

Provide stress-less dental care to children

The product appearance, the painless injection and the elimination of post-operative self-biting make electronically controlled intraosseous injections a key advantage in pediatric dentistry. This is true for the child, the dental professional and for the parents.

Provide an efficient and painless deep scaling

A deep scaling for a complete arch is possible with only 3 injection points and without collateral soft tissue numbness.


The intraosseous injection provides immediate anesthesia of the attached gingiva and cancellous bone, making it the ideal approach for short, flapless implant treatments or those involving minimal flaps within attached gingiva. QuickSleeper can also deliver the infiltrations necessary when a flap is required. The conditions provide a painless, swift and serene treatment while maintaining the safety of the surgery.


QuickSleeper can be used to deliver an intraosseous anesthesia for primary / mixed dentition. Children’s cortical bone is very soft and, therefore, the needle will enter the cancellous bone by simple, painless manual penetration. 1 injection is enough to perform an immediate, effective and painless extraction. For permanent teeth, one or 2 intraligamentary injections will render an effective and comfortable anesthesia enabling immediate treatment.

Cosmetic treatments

For fitting veneers or any other cosmetic treatment, the lip mobility is not affected by the anesthesia. This will allow better visibility for the dental professional to assess the lip line and the patient will immediately be able to appreciate their new smile.

Be confident with all your endodontic treatments

Intraosseous injections enable to complete all endodontic treatments, whatever tooth is concerned. The quantity and vasoconstrictor concentration of the anesthetic injected will allow to completely cover the duration of the treatment up to 90 minutes.

More comfort for the patient and the dentist!

Reassuring – The appearance reassures children and adults alike.

Precision – The pen grip places your fingers as close as possible to the needle for better stability control.

Intuitive – The handling is easy, pleasant and does not change your protocols.



Most extractions can be performed with 1 single intraosseous injection. Additional palatal or lingual injections are no longer required.

A particularly effective technique ”The anesthetic solution is injected as close as possible to the target, which is the apexes. We know that failure in anesthesia is often related to the injection being too far from the target site, leading to the excessive dilution and ineffectiveness of our anesthetic solution.” Dr. P.Y. GREAUD – General Practitioner, Brains (44) Le fil dentaire

”The Quicksleeper is a new way of working for me. This instrument helped to reduce my stress over setbacks and to significantly reduce the quantity of anaesthesia that I inject. In fact, an emergency case with pulpitis in a mandibular 6 tooth was managed easily with just one pain-free intra-osseous car-tridge of anaesthesia and the work was immediate without any waiting time.

Most patients ask me “where are the needle and the injection gone?”, it’s a real relief for them and for me.  All of my procedures are now quicker and more comfortable. They also appreciate that there’s no more lower lip anaesthesia (Vincent’s
symptom).  The Quicksleeper will be a comfort for your patients but most of all for you.”  Dr A. SETTE General Practitioner, Morcenx-la-Nouvelle (40)

”The anaesthetic solution is injected as close as possible to the target, which is the apexes. We know that failure in anaesthesia is often related to the injection being too far from the target site, leading to the excessive dilution and ineffectiveness of our anaesthetic solution.” Dr. P.Y. GREAUD – General Practitioner, Brains (44) Le fil dentaire

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