On January 20th TuttleNumbNow attended Pacific Dental Innovations: TNN On-Site Training with Dr. Kevin M. Brown to focus on Minimally Invasive Dental Aesthetics. 

As dentists gathered together in Bellevue, WA they were impressed with the new technique and TuttleNumbNow training system. 

The symposium offered in-depth training on the revolutionary TuttleNumbNow technique, developed by Dr. Gregory K. Tuttle.

Participants learned about effective anesthesia for tough-to-numb teeth, the TNN 10 Shot Protocol, and patient-centric approaches that reduce discomfort and improve treatment efficiency.


We were appreciative of Dr. Brown hosting at his modern facility equipped with the latest dental technology.


The collaborative learning with Dr. Kevin M. Brown was especially helpful for all in attendance. 

Dr. Brown is a leader in aesthetic/restorative dentistry and has a passion for learning and perfecting the art of restorative dentistry.

In 2010 he achieved accreditation in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) and is one of only a handful in Washington to do so. Dr. Brown is recognized for conservative approach to cosmetic and restorative dentistry using the best materials and most current advancements in instrumentation and technology.

Dr. Brown is a member of the American Dental Association, Washington State Dental Association, Accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Academy of Osseointegration, Seattle King County Dental Society, and the Greater Eastside Study Club.

Thank you Dr. Brown for hosting such a wonderful event! 

Learn more about Dr. Brown here. 

Key takeaways for attendees included:

  1. Effective Anesthesia for Tough-to-Numb Teeth: TNN starts with the most effective shot, providing a direct way to numb teeth using minimal anesthetic, reducing pain and discomfort.

  2. Step-by-Step Protocol: The TNN 10 Shot Protocol guides practitioners through every step, offering detailed instructions on the injection site, type of needle, anesthetic, vasoconstrictor, and dosage.

  3. Patient-Centric Approach: TNN aims to enhance patient experience by avoiding the numbness of lips and tongue, allowing dental work in all four quadrants without multiple visits, thereby reducing patient frustration and discomfort.

  4. Innovative and Cost-Effective: TNN is lauded as an innovative and cost-effective approach to dental anesthesia, developed with inputs from leading dental researchers, manufacturers, and educators.

  5. Widespread Applicability: The technique is suitable for a range of dental treatments, especially for lower molars, and is considered a primary choice for various dental procedures