Diamond Probe®/Perio 2000®

May 1, 2000
The Diamond Probe®/Perio 2000® System embodies innovative sensor technology to aid in diagnosing the world`s most serious oral-health problem - periodontal disease. Its handpiece has the shape, depth markings, and feel of typical periodontal probes, but a unique microsensor in its tip measures the level of bacterial activity at individual tooth sites, even before the gums are bleeding. This "early warning system" can be used for initial screening, immediately post-debridement, to help

The Diamond Probe®/Perio 2000® System embodies innovative sensor technology to aid in diagnosing the world`s most serious oral-health problem - periodontal disease. Its handpiece has the shape, depth markings, and feel of typical periodontal probes, but a unique microsensor in its tip measures the level of bacterial activity at individual tooth sites, even before the gums are bleeding. This "early warning system" can be used for initial screening, immediately post-debridement, to help select sites for localized treatment options, and to evaluate returning maintenance patients.

For more details, call (888) 737-4620 or visit www.perio2000.com.

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