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instrument design, prinicples and sharpening

what instruments are used for scaling sickles, curettes, files, hoes, chisels, power instruments
what instruments are used for examination mirrors, explorers, probes
define design name name of inventor/academic institution which designed instrument
define design number indicates specific instrument w/in series
advanced fulcrum advantages enhance access to tx area, improve instrument to tooth angulation, increase power because wide range of motion
advanced fulcrum disadvantages lack of stability and control, possible pt/operator injury
cross arch fulcrum same arch, opposite quadrant
opposite arch fulcrum ..self explanatory
finger on finger fulcrum finger on finger on non dominant hand, same arch
extraoral fulcrum ..self explanatory
finger assist fulcrum index finger of non dominant hand to increase lateral pressure on shank of instrument
exploratory activation light and long THATS WHAT SHE SAID
root planing activation not as firm and longer to smooth root surface after scaling
working activation firm, short, controlled -remove calculus: channel or zone scaling -avoid burnishing deposits
3 goals of instrument sharpening create functionally sharp edge, preserve the shape/contour of instrument, maintain useful life of instrument
advantages of instrument sharpening improve tactile senses, increase efficiency of deposit removal, decrease pressure for deposit removal, increase instrument control, decrease root gouging, decrease burnished calculus, decrease patient discomfort
when should you sharpen your instruments sharpen at first sign of dullness
3 pieces of equipment to sharpen instruments on mechanical, mounted, hand held
what's a mechanical sharpening device (i think i messed up this question..) honing machine, battery operated device, Sidekick
what is a (Mandre) mounted stone used with hand piece, diameter appropriate for curved blade
what are the 4 different types of hand held stones arkansas, india, ceramic, composition
what stones are synthetic india, ceramic, compotition arkansas is natural)
what stones are fine grit arkansas, ceramic (india is med., composition is coarse)
what lubrication is used for each of the 4 stones arkansas-oil india-water/oil ceramic-water/dry composition-water
what do you sharpen a periodontal file with a Tang (i just pictured an orangutan)
why shouldn't you use overly thin (from sharpening) instruments they break easily during scaling/treatment
what are the 3 ways to sterilize stainless steel instruments steam, chemical vapor, dry heat sterilized
can carbon steel instruments be steam sterilized NO..MOFO
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