Company releases two different instrument set-up recommendations for scaling heavy debridement when power scalers are not available
Posted: June 29, 2020
Edited by Dentaltown staff
MISSOULA, Mont.—Paradise Dental Technologies has developed two kits to aid clinicians with scaling when there are contraindications to power scaling such as infectious or communicable diseases, non-shielded pacemakers, implanted defibrillators, or problems swallowing or gagging.
Featuring rigid variations of instruments like the Montana Jack, Barnhart 1-2, and Amazing Graceys as well as versatile must-haves like the Queen of Hearts, PDT has developed two different kits. The First Line Kit – Area Specific features graceys alongside posterior and anterior scalers and the First Line Kit – Universal includes universal curettes instead of graceys. Both kits come in a T007B-D FlipTop Cassette which features a lift out rack and can hold 14 instruments total, leaving room to add a mirror, probe, explorer, or sharpening stone.
For more information, visit pdtdental.com/firstline or call 800-240-9895.