The Right Moves

The advantage of ultrasonic wave creation is many elements, one of which is stroke activation. Clinical doctors can have the best equipment, proper power Settings, effective ultrasonic inserting/contact point (Inuit) and adaptation, and realize the importance of Inuit selection and instruments, but if their defective activation technology, treatment will fail.
Activation refers to the movement of the Inuit through the roots, and the range of coverage from the clinician’s technique. Similar to use hand tools with the blade of the importance of overlapping strokes, effective ultrasonic instrument need to root surface of universal coverage, 3 – one can easily be indiscriminate movement of the Inuit practice.
Deliberate and systematic
Ultrasound machines are usually designed to prevent damage to the surface of the teeth, especially the roots, which are more vulnerable to structural and thermal damage. In the mind of a new clinician, the concept of “continuous motion” can be misconstrued as a fast, unstable movement without direction.
To prevent this error, focus on the two separate components of activation – the speed and pattern of motion. Speed is the number of millimeters per second that the Inuit travel. Mode refers to the Inuit and the root of physical contact between the surface of the trajectory, a very narrow path of 1 mm to 2 mm, due to the side of the Inuit or edge without conformation, the ups and downs and root surface contour. In ultrasound machines, it is often misinterpreted as a 7 stroke. The assumption is that each stroke covers a wide area of the surface, which allows clinicians to believe that they have treated their roots adequately at the beginning.
In the process of ultrasonic cleansing, these elements are observed, and the finite path of contact and the speed of movement of the hand parts are observed. Will the entire surface area of the gum be covered by this technique? In dental endoscopy, clinicians can demonstrate the need to cover root surfaces with overlapping strokes, whether in calculus or biofilm. Only some of the limited root surfaces that have been exposed to the tip are considered appropriate treatment.
Trained stroke activation is deliberate, systematic, not accidental, and can help ensure adequate coverage. One method is to work on the vertical channel around the teeth. Start each channel at the edge of the crown, and carry overlapping horizontal and diagonal lines in the passage until you reach the soft tissue attachment and then enter the next channel.
The relative speed of the Inuit movement at the surface of the earth should be consistent with the degree of mineralization in the tooth sediments. Hard or tough subgingiviliasis should be measured in slow, deliberate motion, about 3 mm to 5 mm per second. Starting from the outer edge of the deposit, using the Inuit tip to destroy most of the sediments, then slowly and thoroughly. The aim of this technique is to allow enough energy to be transferred to storage for cleaning. A common but incorrect approach to the Inuit through the entire deposit, through a layer of reduced volume, leading to polishing.

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