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INFORMATION FOR DENTISTS AND DENTAL HYGIENISTS

Optimal scaling and surface cleaning

To encourage patients to take up the Lyre-JetŪ rapidly, dental surgeons are advised to adopt the following procedure to eliminate all interproximal tartar.

Stage 1 - Ultrasound
Suggested equipment : Siemens or similar ultrasound probe No. 3 or 4. Areas to be treated: supragingival, juxtagingival and intrasulcular vestibular, lingual, mesial and distal surfaces.


Stage 2 - Curette
Suggested equipment: LM Dental "Micro Sickle" syntette curette or equivalent. Areas to be treated: as for stage 1.


Stage 3 - Bicarbonate air-polisher
Suggested equipment: Airflow S1 EMS or equivalent. Areas to be treated: as for stage 1.


Stage 4 - Stripping
This stage completes scaling of the most inaccessible areas, particularly immediately below the points of contact where the instruments used in stages 1 and 2 are ineffective.
Suggested equipment : Extra-fine grain-size diamond strips such as GC New Metal Strips, grain size 1,000 (yellow) width 2.6 mm, length 133 mm, thickness 50 microns. Areas to be treated: under the contact points and on mesial and distal surfaces, including sulci.

Daily use of the Lyre-JetŪ will ensure that treated interproximal spaces remain smooth and clean.
BARTH Corp
Tel/Fax :00 32 2 361 63 32
fred.barth@base.be
23 avenue Turquoise
1640 Rhodes St Genèse

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