Many dental care experts like Ultrasonic Scaler, because they can use the outgoing fuller g to close to the upper jaw pocket, fuller than with the mouth crums hand instrument is much easier. Can a foreign fullerec be able to use hand instruments?
An outgoing fulcrum can be safely used with hand instruments and ultrasonic scalers. At the university of southern California school of dentistry, I have been teaching the oral hygiene and alternative fulcrum of oral hygiene and dentistry, and there is no problem.
Outgoing fulcrum is usually used for obtaining and appropriate depth pockets. Limiting the use of fulham in the mouth is very serious, as it usually causes short, superficial scaling, only 3 mm to 4 mm under the gum. You have to start bending your fingers in order to get deeper into your mouth, which is an ergonomic inadequacy. If you try to deepen the distance with the wrist wobble, the blade Angle will close at the completion of each movement.
The position of your hand on the handle, the position of your body, and the position of your hand on the patient's face is the key to effective use of outgoing fullerk in ultrasonic and manual scaling. The same position and the fulcrum of the ultrasonic knife used for maxillary teeth will be very successful with hand tools. If you have stubborn stones on your teeth, you may need to use the index finger of your other hand to strengthen your outgoing fulcrum.
In the mandibular arch, you can use two types of fulcrum, using ultrasonic scaling. Hand scaling can provide many other fulcrum points, such as moving to the back and setting up your fulcrum on the upper teeth.
The differential and integral calculus
Q: if you don't have an endoscope that can see under the gum, how do you know if you've completely removed the stone or just used ultrasound to modify it?
A person without an endoscope is hard to know for sure, because we can only use the tactile evaluation using sharp explorers or curet.
Years ago, when I was a student at the university of southern California, the best clinical instructors would use a keen explorer to stick to smooth, smooth surfaces. We now know that their root surfaces are clean by endoscopy, and it's possible that all of the embedded residues are gone. At the time, this was the best immediate empirical evidence that they had not had surgery. Today, we can use endoscopy to check if there are other things under the gingiva. With fewer than 300 endoscopes currently dental equipment in use, the best indication of your success is a lack of exploratory bleeding. Although this is not 100% foolproof, if you still have bleeding after four weeks of reassessment, the treatment group should decide whether to referral to periodontal disease. If the patient is not mentioned, all bleeding areas need to be removed.
Carefully detect and detect bleeding pockets, vertical and downward, perpendicular to the seeker's point. The polished calculus makes people feel different from the texture of the leather, rather than the clean hard root surface. Usually, you can feel the crown of the polished calculus table, with the seeker's point, at the top, but not in the coronal direction. Use anesthesia when necessary, pay special attention to the base of the pocket, the developed sag, the CEJ's roughness, and the depression adjacent to the furcations. These areas usually have residual attrition stones during endoscopy. Reappoint the patient after 4 weeks for another reassessment, or re-examine the following three months of maintenance appointment. If the pocket is still bleeding after one or two re-scans, it shows the importance of eliminating chronic periodontal infection and inflammation and introducing the patient to periodontal disease.