The choice of the correct ultrasonic dental equipment is the primary task for the completion of periodontal operation. Multiple methods can be used to detect periodontal disease. The length, shape, thickness and Angle of the tip are essential for obtaining sediment removal from the gum.
The correct ultrasound instrument selection begins with an accurate patient assessment. After reviewing the data, determine whether a separate nursing appointment or a series of periodontal extensions and root plan appointments are required. Determine the number of appointments, require local anesthesia, and then use the type of ultrasound prompt.
Loose, edema tissue will accommodate larger cues. Dense fibrous tissue inhibits insertion into deep pockets. Deep pockets with tight tissue and/or bifurcation require thinner tips. It is difficult to use only one large tip in this case, and may lead to incomplete root and patient discomfort.
The type, quantity, surface appearance and intensity of the calculation method must take into account the correct cutting edge selection. To use a larger method, you have to remove the heavy calculus from medium to high energy. Light calculus or soft, new calculus can be removed from medium to high strength.
Europe and Asia. Magnetostrictive devices are more widely used in the United States. Their differences are mainly in the direction and mode of the top motion. The distance (amplitude) and movement speed (frequency) of the advanced motion are also different. Depending on the manufacturer, the average frequency varies from 27,000 to 31,000 per second. Since the amplitude is a measure of power output, this factor will determine whether it is suitable for the task at hand. Compared with magnetostrictive units, the amplitudes of piezoelectric elements are broader.
In a magnetostrictive cell, the mode of the tip motion is elliptical, and all directions pass energy. In contrast, the piezoelectric element has a linear tip movement that transmits energy laterally. This affects the position of the piezoelectric plate because the tip has the most active lateral surface when taken out.
There are two methods: the contact area between the top and the curved root surfaces is small. Therefore, it is necessary to successfully cover every square millimeter of the root and to carefully place, light, overlapping strokes using the tips of the end of a few millimeters.
Local anesthesia
The ultrasonic testing of patients with periodontal disease should follow a reasonable sequence. When necessary, local anesthesia is used at the beginning of the standard large ultrasound. In most cases, attempts to treat this type of patient without local anesthesia will lead to insufficient calculi removal. After using a larger method to remove calculus, remove residual stones with hand tools. Finally, low-power tips can be used to remove more biofilms and remove bacteria and debris.
To avoid local anesthesia, starting with a thin tip that lowers the patient’s comfort level, this is a common strategy for dental hygienists who can’t administer local anesthesia according to state law. This is problematic because thin tips on low power do not effectively remove hard rock, but should only be used for biofilm removal. The week mirror shows that low energy thin tips grind hard stone into smooth, thin veneer or small pieces embedded in the root surface. These deposits cannot be detected by skilled dental handpiece detection, only through the intense optical fiber light and magnification of the endoscope.
While the pathogen of periodontal disease can be removed from the surface of the root, the remaining stones provide a breeding ground for the colonization of bacteria. If you remove hard stones with little tips, they must be converted to high power. Only a limited number of small tricks can do that, and local anesthesia is still needed. If a dental hygienist cannot perform local anesthesia, the dentist should be required to anesthetize the patient for the best use of heavy ultrasound.
For patients with periodontal disease, few or no new stones can be used with thin tips to remove the subsurface biofilm under the surface of the newly recoloured root.