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Cavitron Ultrasonic Scalers
Cavitron ultrasonic scalers are a state-of-the-art dental device made to provide superior performance. With patented tap-on technology, Cavitron scalers allow dentists and hygienists to quickly and effectively remove plaque or calculus from the teeth with minimal effort. The ultrasonic scaler is designed with precision and performance in mind, providing superior results during all dental procedures. With its ability to clean with a gentler touch, the scaler helps reduce gum trauma and patient discomfort – all while providing superior results. It is also capable of delivering high power for deep cleaning, ensuring an effective and thorough result every time.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the best ultrasonic scaler?
When considering ultrasonic scalers, it is important to remember that there’s not just one “best” option. Different users have different needs and preferences, so it is important to find a system that meets those requirements. However, with its combination of quality, performance, and convenience, the Cavitron ultrasonic scaler stands out as an excellent choice for modern dental practices. For more information on this topic, check out our Cavitron Information blog!
What are the benefits of using a Cavitron?
There are several benefits of using a Cavitron, including finer water control, efficiency, an autoclavable handpiece, the opportunity to reduce leg and ankle discomfort during longer procedures, etc. It is also one of the easiest scalers for dental professionals to use since it has a simple single tap on/off switch. The sound waves created by the Cavitron are remarkably gentle, allowing the hygienist to provide patient comfort without compromising on effectiveness.
What is the difference between 25K and 30K Cavitron?
Cavitron ultrasonic inserts come in two varieties: 25K (25,000 cycles per second) and 30K (30,000 cycles per second). Both offer the same cleaning capabilities, but they differ in terms of how fast they resonate and ultimately remove calculus. While a 25K insert vibrates at 25,000 cycles per second, a 30K insert vibrates at 30,000 cycles per second. This means that a 30K insert is more powerful than its 25K counterpart.
What is the disadvantage of ultrasonic scaling?
Ultrasonic scaling is a popular choice among dentists for its precision and efficiency, however there are some drawbacks to be aware of. One disadvantage is that ultrasonic scaling produces some noise which may cause discomfort to some people. In addition, patients may experience tooth hypersensitivity after the procedure due to the removal of plaque and tartar from around their teeth. Lastly, these scalers require a power supply in order to operate, making them more difficult to transport and use compared to manual scaling.
How often should you clean an ultrasonic scaler?
It is recommended that an ultrasonic scaler must be cleaned after each use to prevent cross contamination between patients.
Is there a warranty?
Dentsply Sirona offers a 1 year warranty for the Cavitron Ultrasonic Scalers.