tiangouie7 2016-07-13 10:46
How should I use a dental scaler at home?Any dentist can give me a choice?
A:What type of scaler is that??
Dental ultrasonic scaler is for clinic use or professional use.it is difficult for self use
If u have someone to help may be u can but the speed is important and where u position the tip is of great importance, if it is placed in wrong site then it will chip off ur teeth and make u look ugly
But if u want to just remove stains from ur teeth get a polisher
My suggestion is get it done with a dentist as many patients screw up things when done by self and some are irreversible
Or atleast take an opinion from ur dentist
A2:Scalers are safe when used properly, however, the general public is untrained and unaware of safe use. If they are turned they can very easily fracture teeth and can remove gum tissue in clumsy hands.
I would give my patients who wanted them lessons on their use, but they would still damage their teeth and gums.
If you really want one, go to your local dental school library or use the web and find instructions and then purchase high end dental scalers like Hu Friedy or even the lesser Patterson brand and look in a mirror (another issue for lay people, mirrors really take training to use properly).
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tiangouie7 2016-07-13 10:43
Purchasing Dental Equipment and Supplies
There are several options for applying dental sealants in a school setting: (1) setting up a dental clinic within a school-based health center, (2) outfitting a mobile van with dental equipment, or (3) using portable dental equipment online in the school.
Dental Clinic Within a School-Based Health Center
Some health centers are located at schools. These centers are designed to serve students who have limited access to care as well as those from families with low incomes who are uninsured or underinsured. Services provided in school-based health centers emphasize prevention as well as early identification and treatment of physical and behavioral health concerns. Each school-based health program is different, but services may include
Care for acute illness and injury
Care for chronic conditions such as asthma and diabetes
Dental clinics have been set up on a permanent and semi-permanent basis in some school-based health centers. Often, clinics provide preventive and restorative oral health care (including dental sealants) to students enrolled in the school, thereby serving as a dental home. Permanent dental clinics usually use traditional equipment similar to that found in a private dental practice. Semi-permanent clinics can be outfitted with portable dental unit or a combination of traditional and portable equipment.