Which ultrasonic tips do you prefer for heavy calculus removal?
The choice of ultrasound dental equipment depends on the type and toughness of the stones you want to remove. Severe, severe, non-calcified stones are less likely to be removed than older, calcified rings or under the gingivise. A very hard and tough, similar to sheetet calculus is the most difficult to eliminate, because it has already been or ultrasonic instruments manual polishing before, and was smoothly into a lump, lump or single, than in its initial untouched to remove much more difficult.
For the latter kind of more resilient calculation, there are four steps necessary for successful removal:
1. Adequate tooltip size/metal quality,
2. Oblique geometry/shape,
3. High power of project,
4. Leverage technology.
There must be a large amount of metal in the tip to deliver enough ultrasonic vibrations to break or damage calculus. Its tip should be large, capable of withstanding high intensity (if it is a thinner tip), or having enough strength to break thick or tough stones.
Tip geometry /
Whether you use magnetostrictive or piezoelectric tips, the cutting edge geometry is the key to effective removal of tough stones. The tip should have a sloping edge or a straight edge with an Angle. Any beveled 1000 magnetostrictive tip is usually better than the smooth 10 tips on the cross section.
A flat triangular "# 1", "A" or "P" type piezoelectric tips, it has A horn, it is bigger than on the cross section of A piezoelectric tips can attract more and remove this type of differential and integral calculus.
You have to use high enough power to break the calculus. Make sure your unit can be tuned to high power until you know it can break through difficult, tough calculus. Find an area that is loose enough so you can expand the edges of the gums and see the edges of dark stones. Determine whether this technique actually destroys calculus from the root surface. Because you can often see only a few millimeters of gum, maintain and review the vertical travel up and down to ensure of an explorer from calculus clean tooth broken, not just the beautified into slices or smooth mass.
The use of dental instruments technology
Use the tapping technique to destroy the crown edge of the deposit. The ultrasonic tip is parallel to the root surface and is activated as a periodontal probe in a vertical probe. Start from the coronal boundary of calculus and move down the root. Systematically separate the horizontal lines from a few millimeters at the crown. Move one area sideways and then move deeper and repeat the process so that the deposition can be removed in a series of horizontal channels. Be careful in the bottom of your pocket because you can penetrate the soft tissue attachment to reveal the top of the bone.
Another very effective method is to use the periodontal file first, then use the ultrasonic needle point to carry on the attack again on the high power. First of all, by cracking the surface of the root surface, the adhesion of the root surface is reduced and less effort is needed to remove the deposition completely and then to zoom in or out with the ultrasound or additional manual instruments.