Fig. 1: Checking the attachment and the depth of the pocket
Fig. 2: Professional diagnosis to raise patient awareness with a plaque test (GC)
Fig. 3: AIR-FLOW Powder PLUS
Fig. 4: Removal of supragingival biofilm and stains, also in contact with the gingiva
Fig. 5: Removal of biofilm under the gingiva (sulcus < 4 mm). Technically correct work is indispensable for successful air polishing: Setting the power to 30-50%, water flow to 100%
Fig. 6: The optimal positioning of the AIR-FLOW handpiece
Fig. 7: The optimal positioning of the suction tube
Fig. 8: Probing the pocket
Fig. 9: Removal of biofilm with the PERIO-FLOW handpiece
Fig. 10 and 11: Calculus removal from natural teeth with PS attachment by EMS. This very fine instrument allows thorough cleaning even in hard-to-reach areas, below and above the gingiva (up to 10 mm depth).
Fig. 12: Calculus removal on an implant with PI attachment by EMS. The tip enables cleaning of implant, implant post and crown surfaces without damaging titanium or zirconium surfaces.
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