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Clinical Tips: ProphyCare
Clinical Tips: PractiPal
Clinical Tips: Luxator
Clinical Tips: Luxator LX
Clinical Tips: FenderWedge
Clinical Tips: FenderWedge Prep
Clinical Tips: FenderMate
Clinical Tips: FenderMate Temp
Clinical Tips: FenderMate Prime
Clinical Tips: ProxyPal
Clinical Tips: CoForm
Clinical Tips: Spotit
Clinical Tips: ANA Etching Gel
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Clinical Tips

Clinical tips on how to use Directas Products. 

 

Clinical Tips: ProphyCare

Prophy Paste is second to none in performance, handling and dispensing. The unique non-splattering, homogeneous formula does not dry out, liquify or separate. Thick layers of plaque and stains are easily removed leaving a fresh and smooth minty sensation after each treatment. > Learn how to use the different ProphyCare products here.

 

Clinical Tips: PractiPal

PractiPal trays organize and secure storage of instrument. The outstanding tray/cassette system offering improved hygiene, rational logistic and overall instrument in the dental clinic. The open design ensures optimal cleaning and maximum safety for patients and staff. PractiPal makes it easy for you to design and differentiate “Set-ups” for surgery, dentist and individual operatories. Once a cassette is “Set-up” it can be recycled time and time again. > Find different set-up proposals here. 

 

Clinical Tips: Luxator

The Luxator extraction instrument product range enhances the outstanding selection of high quality extraction instruments from Directa. Modern techniques as implants requires instruments and equipment offering possibilities to achieve fast healing and placement of direct implants after extraction. > Learn the difference between Luxator Periotome and Luxator Forte.

 

Clinical Tips: Luxator LX

Setting a new standard for trauma free extraction, the Luxator LX Mechanical Periotome offers improved safety, precision and access. Quicker extractions with minimal tissue damage, Luxator LX help access hard to reach areas for optimal access. The self directing tip allows the periotome tip to follow the root surface, reducing the risk of bone damage. With a reciprocating tip to enable a secure cutting of the fibers in a patient friendly way. Luxator LX Mechanical Periotome will only cut when under pressure, which means no risk of slipping. > Want to learn more about Luxator LX? Find the technical description and instruction for use here. 

 

Clinical Tips: FenderWedge

Bur damage to adjacent teeth is a common problem in everyday dental practice. Research shows that 70% of adjacent teeth suffer damage during class II preparations.* FenderWedge prevents damage to the adjacent tooth and gingiva that commonly occurs during Class II preparations. FenderWedge is a combination of a steel plate and a plastic wedge. It facilitates easy application of a matrix. To avoid aspiration it is recommended to secure FenderWedge with a waxed dental floss. > Read more about the importance of protecting the adjacent tooth.

 

Clinical Tips: FenderWedge Prep

FenderWedge Prep is a plastic wedge with an inbuilt steel plate specially designed for larger preparations such as crowns, veneers and inlays. FenderWedge Prep improves the quality of preparations and saves time thanks to increased vision and safety.  The steel plate is perforated thus allowing it to be bent before insertion to lean against the adjacent tooth, providing better access and vision. > How should I use FenderWedge Prep? 

 

Clinical Tips: FenderMate

FenderMate is a pre-curved, one-piece sectional matrix and wedge that provides for quick, safe and predictable composite restorations, with a tight contact and cervical sealing. FenderMate is designed to be inserted either buccally or lingually. > Why should I use FenderMate? Learn more about FenderMate.

 

Clinical Tips: FenderMate Temp

The all-in-one solution for safe and easy preparation and filling of temporary proximal restorations. FenderMate Temp is a stainless steel matrix on a plastic wedge that is easily placed into the proximal area before preparation. I After preparation FenderMate Temp can easily curved to follow the tooth anatomy, facilitating precise fillings and minimizing the risk of problems caused by overhang on temporary restorations. > Learn more about FenderMate Temp.

 

Clinical Tips: FenderMate Prime

FenderMate Prime is the ideal matrix for Class II restorations in primary teeth. A unique combination of a preparation shield and a sectional matrix, FenderMate Prime enables fast, simple and safe restoration of primary teeth. > Learn more about FenderMate Prime.

 

Clinical Tips: ProxyPal

ProxyPal is a transparent 3D contoured matrix for the front area. The pre-shaped progressive curvature aids to create incisal fillings with a correct anatomical shape and is especially designed for large proximal fillings and closure of frontal diastemas, preventing “black triangle disease”. In order to achieve a perfect filling the matrix has been designed such that the curvature of the matrix escalates linearly along its total length. > Learn how to use Proxy Pal for Class IV, Large Class III, Closure of diastema.

 

Clinical Tips: CoForm

Anterior transparent pre-formed matrices for resin-based composite restorations. Supplied in a ready cut series of mesial and distal corners for anteriors and canines. Ideal for forming composite restorations as fractured incisive edges. > Learn how you can use CoForm.

 

Clinical Tips: Spotit

Before cementation of conventional crowns, bridges and implant prosthetics, it is necessary to assess the relationship of the crown to the neighboring teeth. Occlusion paper is often used to check the contact point. This method however shows a too broad and inaccurate contact point with the subsequent risk of excessive adjustment, often resulting in too large contact point. Spotit simplifies adjustment of C&B contact points helping with exact indication of contact points. As the marker traverses the contact between the prosthetic element and the adjacent tooth it leaves a clear and accurate indication of the adjustment needed for a perfect contact point. > Time-saving and accurate with Spotit. 

 

Clinical Tips: ANA Etching Gel

ANA Etching Gel is an enamel and dentine etchant with 37% concentration of phosphoric acid. It is a well established fact that etching materials should contain 35-40% phosphoric acid. ANA Etching Gel stays in place without collapsing. The ideal viscosity in combination with the blue colour enables very precise and clearly detectable placement. The thin bendable needles allow accurate application. Very easy and fast to rinse off. > ANA Etching Gel and it’s texture is perfect for any way of etching.