For clinicians and patients, there are many benefits to the treatment of periodontal disease. However, the basic principles of localization, adaptation and activation must be checked frequently to ensure technical dental equipment optimization. Due to its relationship with successful oral health care, it is a basic concept to correctly adjust the ultrasound insertion/tip (Inuit).
The tooth consists of a crown and a root, a convex and concave connection. Therefore, the mesial and distal Angle of the tooth are actually mesial and distal curves, which require the Inuit's work to be completed to accommodate the curved surface. Even the cheeks and tongue are curved, not linear. The activation of UITs is the most effective, when it reaches the correct apex of the curved tooth.
A comprehensive assessment is the first step
Optimal ultrasonic instruments rely on comprehensive evaluation. Circular hexagon detection is the standard. This method, which only records the bleeding point and the depth of the pocket, is necessary to provide an accurate image of the underside environment. In addition, the recession and diffuse inflammation should also be noted. When the pocket depth, decay and inflammation (at least one millimetre above the cemento enamel joint) were recorded, an accurate road map was established to precisely adapt and activate the Inuit. For example, the proximal surface contains a shallow, wide pocket, and a very narrow pocket in the curvature of the mesial, indicating that multiple requirements are required to adapt accurately. In this case, a thin tip can be used for the near end area, while the ultrasound is more suitable for deep pocket depth. When the local form is unknown, an inappropriate choice of newt may occur, which eliminates the ability of clinicians to provide thorough periodontal cleansing.
Ultrasonic insertion/prompt selection
Inuit selection is closely related to adaptation (Suggestions for the appropriate profile and diameter selection have been reviewed in previous publications). 1-3. The pure design of traditional and slim UITs is labeled as "general" and effective instruments cannot use only one newt. It is illogical to use straight newts to fit the curves of roots and crowns; Therefore, multiple UITs are needed to adapt well and get the results needed for treatment. Using only one Inuit can increase the risk of injury and increase the patient's discomfort.
In general, the Settings for each tray should include at least three uita - a straight, right-bent, and left - bent instrument. Additional UITs can be used in sediment near the gum margin, isolated deep pockets, or implants.
Positive reminder areas
The cutting edge of the activity is part of the end of the work, which performs the instrument and is affected by the unit frequency. At 25,000 Hertz to 30,000 Hertz, the field of magnetostriction insertion is from the tip to about 4.3 mm to the handle. Piezoelectric units have a slightly smaller moving tip, from 2.2 millimeters to 3.5 millimeters, depending on the design of the tip. Use of Inuit over 5 mm may lead to removal or incomplete removal of stones and/or inefficiencies. On the other hand, the use of only 1 mm of the surface of all teeth may produce undesirable root changes. Thus, the adaptation is to ensure that the active newt is placed in the root anatomic structure to destroy the bacterial plaque biofilm and to remove it appropriately at different angles in different angles. In order to effectively remove sediment and destroy the biofilm, the dental handpiece newts must always maintain contact with the surface of the tooth. This makes proper adaptation critical.