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Periodontal instrumentation

  1. 1. PeriodontalPeriodontal InstrumentationInstrumentation
  2. 2. Classification of PeriodontalClassification of Periodontal InstrumentsInstruments  Periodontal ProbesPeriodontal Probes  ExplorersExplorers  Scaling & RootScaling & Root planing Instrumentsplaning Instruments  Cleansing & PolishingCleansing & Polishing InstrumentsInstruments
  3. 3. Parts of The InstrumentParts of The Instrument
  4. 4. Periodontal ProbesPeriodontal Probes
  5. 5. ExplorersExplorers
  6. 6. Insertion & use of Periodontal ProbeInsertion & use of Periodontal Probe & Explorers& Explorers
  7. 7. Scaling & Root Planing InstrumentsScaling & Root Planing Instruments A.A. CuretteCurette B.B. Sickel ScalerSickel Scaler C.C. FileFile D.D. ChiselChisel E.E. HoeHoe
  8. 8. Sickel ScalerSickel Scaler
  9. 9. CurettesCurettes
  10. 10. Types of CurettesTypes of Curettes Universal CuretteUniversal Curette
  11. 11. Types of CurettesTypes of Curettes Gracy or Area Specific CurettesGracy or Area Specific Curettes
  12. 12. Differences between UniversalDifferences between Universal Curettes & Gracy CurettesaCurettes & Gracy Curettesa A.A. Universal CuretteUniversal Curette B.B. Gracy CuretteGracy Curette
  13. 13. Correct Application of the CuretteCorrect Application of the Curette
  14. 14. General Principles ofGeneral Principles of InstrumentationInstrumentation  AccessibilityAccessibility  Visibility, Illumination & RetractionVisibility, Illumination & Retraction  Condition of the InstrumentsCondition of the Instruments  Mainting a Clean FieldMainting a Clean Field  Instrument StbilizationInstrument Stbilization  Instrument GraspingInstrument Grasping  Finger RestFinger Rest  Instrument ActivationInstrument Activation  AdaptationAdaptation  AngulationAngulation  Lateral PressureLateral Pressure
  15. 15. Instrument's GraspingInstrument's Grasping Pen GraspPen Grasp Modified Pen GraspModified Pen Grasp Palm & ThumbPalm & Thumb
  16. 16. Types of Finger RestTypes of Finger Rest Conventional Finger RestConventional Finger Rest (Intra Oral)(Intra Oral)
  17. 17. Types of Finger RestTypes of Finger Rest Opposite-Arch FingerOpposite-Arch Finger Rest (Intra Oral)Rest (Intra Oral)
  18. 18. Types of Finger RestTypes of Finger Rest Cross-Arch Finger RestCross-Arch Finger Rest (Intra Oral )(Intra Oral )
  19. 19. Types of Finger RestTypes of Finger Rest Finger on Finger RestFinger on Finger Rest (Intra Oral)(Intra Oral)
  20. 20. Types of Finger RestTypes of Finger Rest Palm-up FulcrumPalm-up Fulcrum (Extra Oral)(Extra Oral)
  21. 21. Types of Finger RestTypes of Finger Rest Palm-Down FulcrumPalm-Down Fulcrum (Extra Oral)(Extra Oral)
  22. 22. Types of Finger RestTypes of Finger Rest Index Finger ReinforcedIndex Finger Reinforced RestRest
  23. 23. Types of Finger RestTypes of Finger Rest Thumb ReinforcedThumb Reinforced RestRest
  24. 24. Ultra Sonic ScalerUltra Sonic Scaler
  25. 25. Cleansing & Polishing InstrumentsCleansing & Polishing Instruments
  26. 26. Plaque & Calculus before and afterPlaque & Calculus before and after Scaling & Root planingScaling & Root planing

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