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    Periodontal instrumentation Periodontal instrumentation Presentation Transcript

    • PeriodontalInstrumentation
    • Classification of Periodontal Instruments Periodontal Probes Explorers Scaling & Root planing Instruments Cleansing & Polishing Instruments
    • Parts of The Instrument
    • Periodontal Probes
    • Explorers
    • Insertion & use of Periodontal Probe & Explorers
    • Scaling & Root Planing InstrumentsA. CuretteB. Sickel ScalerC. FileD. ChiselE. Hoe
    • Sickel Scaler
    • Curettes
    • Types of CurettesUniversal Curette
    • Types of CurettesGracy or Area Specific Curettes
    • Differences between Universal Curettes & Gracy Curettesa A. Universal Curette B. Gracy Curette
    • Correct Application of the Curette
    • General Principles of Instrumentation Accessibility Visibility, Illumination & Retraction Condition of the Instruments Mainting a Clean Field Instrument Stbilization  Instrument Grasping  Finger Rest Instrument Activation  Adaptation  Angulation  Lateral Pressure
    • Instruments GraspingPen Grasp Modified Pen Grasp Palm & Thumb
    • Types of Finger RestConventional Finger Rest(Intra Oral)
    • Types of Finger RestOpposite-Arch FingerRest (Intra Oral)
    • Types of Finger RestCross-Arch Finger Rest(Intra Oral )
    • Types of Finger RestFinger on Finger Rest(Intra Oral)
    • Types of Finger RestPalm-up Fulcrum(Extra Oral)
    • Types of Finger RestPalm-Down Fulcrum(Extra Oral)
    • Types of Finger RestIndex Finger ReinforcedRest
    • Types of Finger RestThumb ReinforcedRest
    • Ultra Sonic Scaler
    • Cleansing & Polishing Instruments
    • Plaque & Calculus before and after Scaling & Root planing