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By Graham J Mount AM BDS DDSc FRACDS FICD FADI

The prestige of glass-ionomers as a restorative fabric keeps to enhance in addition to their attractiveness for durability. Researchers have found that they're reasonably bioactive, and they have a crucial function to play in remineralizing teeth constitution and aiding to heal carious lesions. Atlas of Glass-Ionomer Cements; A Clinician's consultant is a finished scientific consultant to using this strong device in operative dentistry. This version boasts many examples of up to date details and continues to be the chief within the box. Replete with sensible info that may be utilized without delay, this quantity is perfect for dentists, dental assistants, orthodontists and scholars within the field.

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Arrow pointing to correct hole to apply lubricant. 51 EQUIPPING THE DENTAL PRACTICE Replacing the High-Speed Turbine The turbine is secured in the high-speed handpiece head by a screwed faceplate. 152). 151. Open turbine. 148. Turbine removal tool used to unscrew the turbine cover. 152. Snapping turbine into handpiece head. 149. Canister turbine. 150. Handpiece head without turbine (note indented space for turbine). 1. 153). 2. 154). 3. Remove the handpiece from the cleaner and wipe dry. 4. 156).

142. Finishing bur. • Discs are circular cutting instruments made of paper, rubber, diamond chips, or metal used to finish restorations or incise hard tissue (teeth or bone). The disc may be flat, oval, or concave with the abrasive material placed on the inside, outside, or on both sides. Only a clinician trained in advanced veterinary dentistry should use diamond discs because of their greater potential for patient/surgeon injury. Carbide or diamond burs are safer and as effective. Finishing discs are used to shape and smooth restorations.

72. Goldman-Fox probe. 28 PROBING Inserting the periodontal probe into the gingival crevice and recording millimeter findings is called probing. With gentle pressure, the probe will stop where the gingiva attaches to the tooth, or at the hub of the probe if inserted into an oronasal fistula. Every professional oral hygiene procedure conducted under general anesthesia should include probing and charting. Dogs normally have less than 2 mm probing depths and cats less than 1 mm. Greater depths may indicate periodontal disease and require treatment.

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