Hu-Friedy Air-Flow® S2 Air Polisher/Piezo Scaler

The AIR-FLOW® S2 combines two devices in one for the professional removal of tooth deposits and stains. With the combined use of AIR-FLOW® and Piezon® technologies, the AIR-FLOW® S2 removes calculus, dental plaque, soft deposits and surface stains from pits, grooves, interproximal spaces and smooth surfaces of the teeth. It is also recommended for a wide variety of cleaning procedures.… Read more


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The AIR-FLOW® S2 combines two devices in one for the professional removal of tooth deposits and stains. With the combined use of AIR-FLOW® and Piezon® technologies, the AIR-FLOW® S2 removes calculus, dental plaque, soft deposits and surface stains from pits, grooves, interproximal spaces and smooth surfaces of the teeth. It is also recommended for a wide variety of cleaning procedures.

FEATURES

  • Free-Flow technology to prevent clogging of powder, air and water line
  • Controlled Piezon® oscillation pattern for greater efficiency and patient comfort
  • Ultrasonic cavitation and acoustic streaming for enhanced treatment efficiency
  • Incredibly light handpiece tubing allows for easier maneuvering of the handpiece while in use
  • 3 integrated self-cleaning filters for proper maintenance of the unit
PIEZO REFERENCE
CHARACTERISTICS OF TIP MOVEMENT
The smooth linear movement generated by piezoelectric systems
creates a stroke pattern that is similar to hand instrumentation.
Adapting the lateral surface of the piezo tip against the tooth surface
(similar to a hand instrument) will increase clinical efficiency
ESSENTIALS OF POWER DISPERSION
• Most of the energy is dispersed at the point of tip (1).
• The lateral surfaces of the tip (2) are moving in a linear pattern, similar to the stroke of
a bladed hand instrument.
• Adaptation of this lateral surface provides the most efficient deposit removal.
• Adapt the terminal 2–3 mm of tip for optimal performance.
• When concave front or convex back surfaces (3) are adapted to the tooth surface,
the instrument will chatter against the surface rather than effectively remove deposit.
PIEZO TIP ADAPTATION
• Adapt the lateral surface to the tooth for optimal performance.
• Maintain tip angulation near zero degrees — parallel to tooth surface.
• To minimize the risk of root damage, never adapt tip at a 90˚ angle.
• Use little or no lateral pressure and let the tip do the work for you.
• When concave front or convex back surfaces are adapted to the tooth surface, the
instrument will chatter against the surface rather than effectively instrument.
SENSORY OBSERVATIONS
• Smooth vibration enhances tactile sense for instrumentation.
• The smooth motion of the tip is an excellent option for patients with root sensitivity.
• Piezo tip vibration is very smooth and quiet when adapted correctly on a lateral surface.
• Deposits are pulverized, resulting in a slurry of debris that is visible in the water at the
back of the mouth.
• Calculus is generally not removed in big chunks as commonly seen during
magnetostrictive instrumentation.
AIR-FLOW® PERIO TECHNOLOGY
• Effective disruption of biofilm in periodontal pockets
leading to a sustained reduction in bacteria, helping prevent
periodontitis or peri-implantitis
• Uniform turbulence of air-powder mixture and water due to
patented PERIO-FLOW® nozzle prevents soft-tissue emphysema
SUBGINGIVAL PROPHYLAXIS – AGAINST BIOFILM
• On the subgingival border area – disrupt biofilm with the AIR-FLOW®
handpiece and AIR-FLOW® PERIO Powder
• Up to 5mm* pocket depth – disrupt biofilm with the PERIO-FLOW®
handpiece, PERIO-FLOW® nozzle and AIR-FLOW® PERIO Powder
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