The air polishing system is the perfect solution for dental hygiene. This innovative system uses a powerful air turbine to deliver a gentle spray of air and water to remove plaque and stains from teeth, leaving them looking and feeling clean. The ergonomic design is easy to use and helps to reduce the risk of over-polishing, while the adjustable speed settings allow for customised treatments. The prophy system is the perfect choice for dental professionals who want to provide their patients with the best care possible. With its advanced technology and superior performance, this system is sure to provide you with the highest quality results.
(1) Efficient Removal of Stains: Air polishing system effectively removes stains and discoloration from teeth, leaving them looking whiter and cleaner.
(2) Non-Invasive: Unlike traditional tooth polishing techniques, air polishing does not require any abrasive materials or tools to be used on the teeth. This makes it a non-invasive and gentle method of dental cleaning.
(3) Time-saving: Since the air polishing technique is fast and efficient, it saves time both for the dentist and the patient. A dental cleaning appointment that would usually take an hour can now be done in just 30 minutes.
(4) Minimizes Discomfort: Air polishing is comfortable for patients as it uses a controlled jet of air, water, and powder. The air polish stream is less frictional than conventional polishing methods, leading to minimal discomfort during the procedure.
(5) Versatile: The air polishing system can be used to clean dental implants, braces, and other appliances effectively. It can also reach areas that are otherwise difficult to access with traditional cleaning techniques.
(6) Safe for Teeth and Gums: The air polishing system is safe for teeth and gums since it uses only air, water, and a mild powder. There is no risk of damage to the enamel or gums, unlike traditional polishing techniques that can wear down the enamel surface.
(7) Reduces Fluoride Exposure: Air polishing allows dentists to reduce the amount of fluoride exposure their patients receive. This is because the air polishing technique uses less water than traditional polishing, which means less fluoride is ingested during the procedure.