Why Onset?

Buffering raises the pH of local anesthetic closer to physiological, making your local anesthetic of choice better and more predictable. Onset lets you buffer cartridges of local anesthetic at chair side immediately before delivering the injection, making buffering simple, convenient and predictable.

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Onset Buffering System

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Buffer Your Local Anesthetic

Buffer

The Onset Mixing Pen makes it easy to load your cartridge of local anesthetic and buffer it towards neutral pH in approximately 3 seconds.
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Load

Once your cartridge of local anesthetic is buffered, remove it from the Onset Mixing Pen and load it into your syringe for immediate injection.
Inject

Inject

Using your syringe and your technique, administer the buffered cartridge of local anesthetic to your patient within one minute of buffering for best results.

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Onset Introductory Order

How To Get Started

We have made it simple and easy to try the Onset Buffering System in your practice, so you can see for yourself how Onset can make your local anesthetic better and more predictable.

 

The Onset Introductory Order comes with everything you need to try buffering, including one Onset Mixing Pen, and a one-month supply of Onset Sodium Bicarbonate buffering solution and Onset Cartridge Connectors.

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If you want a simple way to make your local anesthetic better and more predictable, Onpharma makes buffering easy to try by providing you a 60-day, no risk satisfaction guarantee on the Onset Mixing Pen.

 

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Buffer Your Local Anesthetic

Buffer

The Onset Mixing Pen makes it easy to load your cartridge of local anesthetic and buffer it towards neutral pH in approximately 3 seconds.
alt text

Load

Once your cartridge of local anesthetic is buffered, remove it from the Onset Mixing Pen and load it into your syringe for immediate injection.
Inject

Inject

Using your syringe and your technique, administer the buffered cartridge of local anesthetic to your patient within one minute of buffering for best results.