High Power Ultrasonic Debridement

Aug. 1, 2000
According to Parkell, traditional slim tips have a narrow ultrasonic stroke. In order to reduce breakage, they must never be used above the scaler`s "medium" power setting. This reduces the tip`s effectiveness in removing tenacious calculus.

Parkell recently published a new brochure discussing proper use of high-power slim ultrasonic tips.

According to Parkell, traditional slim tips have a narrow ultrasonic stroke. In order to reduce breakage, they must never be used above the scaler`s "medium" power setting. This reduces the tip`s effectiveness in removing tenacious calculus.

The new Burnett Power-Tip has a significantly broader stroke than other slim inserts. With its greater scaling power comes the potential for patient sensitivity and reduced operator control. The brochure discusses applications of the Power-Tip and how to use it without causing sensitivity.

For additional information or to obtain a free copy of the brochure, contact Parkell, 155 Schmitt Blvd., Box 376, Farmingdale, NY 11735, or call (800) 243-7446.

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