We are proud to release a custom dental syringe for precise anesthetic delivery, dosage, and visualization for the TuttleNumbNow system.
Because carpules now have a mandated sticker that covers the glass, it is difficult to see the amount of anesthetic administered. The TNN IncreMental syringe provides red line indicators for proper incremental dosages. Now available!
Honored to be invited to speak to the students at Roseman University of Health Sciences. Their continuing education coordinator saw TNN in action and invited Dr. Tuttle to speak about advancements in local anesthesia.
We love interacting with dentists. The future is bright!
Great day to learn TNN! We took the team to train several experienced dentists and hygienists at Stonehaven Dental, a very well respected DSO.
June 1, 2021 we were issued Patent Number 11,020,538 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Inventor Gregory K. Tuttle, DDS for Anesthesia Needle Assembly and Methods. A huge step towards taking TNN to the world!
We are excited to announce our updated packaging for the TNN Needle Guides. Theses are still sold in packs of 100 on our website.
We appreciate the initial product testing and manufacturing by Septodont Corporation and will continue to deliver the same product you know and love.
We at TuttleNumbNow are excited to attend the Sacramento District Dental Society's conference titled "Numb, Numb-er, and Numb-est: The Latest Anesthesia Pearls" where Al Budenz UOP Professor will discuss the latest advancements in the industry. We will also have a booth there to answer questions following the presentation. Register for the conference here.
TuttleNumbNow recommended the Septoject Evolution needle more than five years ago. Check out which needle won the award for 2021!
TuttleNumbNow was mentioned in the Handbook of Local Anesthesia 7th edition by Stanley Malamed in July 2019.