When approaching the proximal surface of a deep periodontal pocket, use of a standard or thin, straight casing is limited. 1, 3, straight after button can be used for tooth surface of the proximal, cannot be fully reached with the Chinese and western people adjacent to the root of the surface, is unable to maintain the best adaptation and Angle, eliminate biofilm and stones, there would be no risk of tissue expansion.
In heavy calculus, the vertical direction can be achieved by guiding Inuit to the apex. From the margin navigation newt, slowly enter the connection epithelium. A tilt direction and transverse oblique cutting edge towards closer to the surface can be implemented is similar to a common curet, where the horizontal surface is in a “cross” along the teeth in the direction of the axis. The Inuit curve allows for sophisticated biofilm and calculus, as well as the bottom of the pocket. This prevents the curved handle from being blocked by the contact of the teeth and punctures the tissue. In the vertical direction there is a bending UITs, and the correct adaptation is used on the device. The correct Inuit will be well adapted to the entire pocket, as the Inuit tip is further under the gum, and the incorrect Inuit may destroy the root.
The patient was first positioned as a semi-supine position. The position of the same arch should be placed between 8 and 9 o ‘clock. The Inuit from the right begin with a vertical direction, starting with a pen like probea and moving the handle from the tooth to the proximal surface. Activate horizontal strokes to complete the complete coverage of the posterior teeth of the side curved or mesiobuccal. The tip of the 2mm to 4mm side continuously ADAPTS to the tooth surface at the right Angle of Inuit instead of the left bent Inuit. If left-curved outside use, the tooth and technique can cause iatrogenic injury. The same right-curved exterior can be used for oblique and lateral orientation distolingual or mesiolingual’s right posterior teeth surface. The vertical orientation is used for distolingual or mesiolingual surfaces when the switch USES the right-curved outer left-curved outer surface, followed by the transverse orientation distobuccal or near the surface of the proximal cheek.
The Inuit choices ultimately depend on the clinician’s determination of their own strengths and limitations, taking into account the specific factors of the patient. When appropriate knowledge and skills are used, the right and left bent UITs can be successfully integrated into the nursing process to improve periodontal treatment results.
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