For calculus removal place the tip third of the scaler’s cutting edge against the tooth. Tilt the instrument toward the tooth to achieve 70° to 80° angle between the tooth and the blade. Apply lateral pressure and activate the scaler by using vertical, diagonal or horizontal pull strokes. To maintain control use short 2-3 mm long strokes.
- Triangular cross section
- Face perpendicular to the lower shank
- Two cutting edges (red line)
- Pointed tip
- Extremely strong, rigid, sharply angled blade
- For removal of heavy supragingival calculus
LM-RondoPlus: Easy sharpening of sickle scalers
How to sharpen sickle scalers with LM-RondoPlus.