11/12 Buck Periodontal File, DE
11/12 Buck Periodontal File
Used for interproximal bone reduction
Double ended hand instrument
Hollow handle design, 10mm dia
Surgical stainless steel
Purpose of Hirschfeld file Scaler:
11/12 is a serrated instrument used to break down medium to heavy calculus deposits into small fragments, facilitating their removal.
Used interproximally. File surfaces on both sides allow for push or pull application.
Diamond Pattern Knurled Handle For An Optimum Grip
Ergonomic, Round, Hollow & Light Weight Handles For Maximum Comfort & Minimizing The Risk Of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Double Ended, With One Double-Angled & One Straight Working Ends, And Long, Serrated Blades For Maximum Accessibility & Efficiency Of Cleaning
This ensures the most comfortable no-slip grip, the easiest handling as well as minimum fatigue.
. Cannot be used tight tissue due to trauma to pocket (wide bulky base)
. Adapt flat working surfaces to curved tooth surfaces
. Straight, rigid terminal shank = limits in deep curved roots
. Decreased tactile sensitivity because of bulk
. Very easy to gouge tooth surfaces
. Modified pen grasp
. Appropriate fulcrum
. Full working surface adapted flat to tooth avoid trauma/gouging
. Vertical coronal pull stroke
. Follow up with curettes