Proper use of dental equipment requires proper pressure and pressure to eliminate deposition. The clinician mistakenly used a very relaxed brush stroke and mild to moderate pressure ultrasound to maximize the Inuit vibration activation, regardless of type and volume. A mild, exploratory pressure increases tactile sensitivity and is sufficient to be used for intenacity, light to moderate acicular sediment. Moderate to heavy, tough, or polished stone requires more improved pens to apply pressure to counter the deposition of the edge toward calculus. Without proper pressure and enough time, some stones cannot be eradicated. Strong grip can block the activation of stroke, and intense stress may inhibit the Inuit shift, reduce stroke patterns, and reduce the effect. Therefore, applying appropriate pressure according to the size and intensity of the calculation is a necessary condition for achieving the appropriate results.
Insert/prompt and power selection
Choosing the right Inuit for the task at hand is a complete deposit transfer. Many clinicians tend to be thin or thin UITs, but most clinicians are not designed to withstand the high intensity required to remove moderate to heavy or tenacious stones. Use more than one type of Inuit (standard or thin straight or curved newt combination) is the best choice, because clinicians movement is cautious, or from heavy to light sediment. A thin UITs can be used for higher power.
In addition to the appropriate Inuit option, the power supply must be at the appropriate level to remove the current amount and type. The minimum energy level that can effectively remove soft and hard sediments should be used. When higher power is required, anesthesia should be performed. Some clinicians tend to use lower energy to prevent discomfort, but the continuous use of UITs on low energy often makes calculus more shiny, rather than removing it. The rapid oscillations of Inuit people, even in low-energy environments, give the illusion of biofilm and calculus easy to eliminate. Cleaning and flushing of unattached residues does occur; However, the deposits of the underlying adhesion biofilms and stones remain on the root surface until they are physically destroyed. A low to medium power setting is sufficient to make the light moderate, while the high power is shown as a tough or polished calculus.
Combined with high power Settings, appropriate prompt adaptation is the basis of calculus. The tip of the newt should be slowly and directly on the outside of the tough calculi to fracture. Using the tip of Inuit directly on the basis of calculus is the only way to remove the tenacity and grind of calculus. However, once the deposit is removed, continuing to use it may destroy the root surface.
It is necessary to regularly check the wear length of the newt because the use of the old UITs can lead to polishing or residual stones. Although the Inuit may oscillate, the number of movements resulting from wearing the old Inuit is difficult to determine. Most UITs length is reduced by 1 mm, the effect is reduced by 25%, and the reduction of 2 mm decreases by 50%. The shortened Inuit can affect vibration displacement, amplitude and oscillation, thus reducing the scalability of ultrasonic.
Clinicians who have an in-depth understanding of Ultrasonic Scaler are ready to help their patients achieve optimal oral health. Thorough removal of stone is the key to treatment of periodontal disease. The UITs are constantly evolving to allow clinicians to improve their technology for better results. The addition of advanced techniques for dental endoscopy is a necessary complement to clinical nursing in the future.