ULTRASONIC TIP OPTIONS

Standard magnetostriction dental supplies. The standard large magnetostrictive medium to high-power tip should be used for heavy calculus or grinding calculus. They effectively destroy the tenacity of the gum, but also effectively deposit it. The standard tip has a variety of sizes and shapes, from a wide, flat beaver tail to a small hole with a sloping surface.
By pointing to the top of the top, and “tapping” the crown, break it down with the tip of the tip, so that stones, rings or tough stones can be removed. It is possible to polish a hard stone with a standard cylindrical magnetostrictive tip, because it often removes the calculus of incremental layers in each stroke.
Standard piezoelectric techniques. The piezoelectric element has a number of cutting-edge options. Large scale tips and clever little tricks can be applied to high power, even in very tough calculus. Mild to moderately mineralized stones can be easily removed in moderate intensity with either of these methods.
Although the tip of the blade may cause damage, but when in low to medium power and recommended by using light pressure, these tips can be generated in the absence of damping smooth surface of the root
Use standard ultrasound for additional instrumentation. A variety of manual tools can be used when high power is used in standard ultrasonic cues. If narrow, narrow pockets or furcations cannot be accessed and completed by hand tools, thin ultrasound inserts on medium power or thin diamond ultrasound tips should be used.
Thin magnetostrictive technique. The results of the endoscopic evaluation showed that the low-power tips of thin magnetostriction were very effective for removing the biofilm and the loose adhesion. While these tips can improve your use of power, they can be broken when your power is more than moderate. Therefore, manufacturers suggest that they only use low-power dental equipment. This is a major disadvantage, because these techniques do not remove difficult calculus in these Settings and make it more lustrous. The residual calculus is difficult or impossible to detect and is difficult to remove. Therefore, it is only recommended to feel pain on the root surface of the previous good ratio. Do not think that low-power ultra-thin ultrasound prompts are being removed – even if the surface feels smooth.