How does an ultrasonic scaler work?

 After a thorough and professional tooth cleaning with ultrasonic scaler, you'll know that your teeth look brighter and feel fresher. But tooth cleaning is not just about appearance. It is the primary means of preventing and treating periodontal (gum) diseases. Many studies have shown a possible link between periodontal health and overall (whole body) health - meaning that regular tooth cleaning may not only benefit your mouth but also your entire body.


Why do teeth need special cleaning? Over time, dental plaque, a naturally occurring bacterial biofilm, and the stains build up on the surfaces, a harder deposit, can then be form both above and below the gum line. A thorough tooth cleaning removes these substances from the teeth and helps keep disease-causing bacteria from proliferating.
Teeth cleaning is usually done by non-surgical scaling techniques, sometimes referred to as "root debridement." It is usually a relatively painless procedure in which small dental instruments are used to physically remove deposits from the tooth surface. At the same time, scaling is performed entirely using manual tools. But in the past few decades, ultrasonic scalers have changed everything. When it comes to cleaning your teeth, few dental instruments can match the power and speed of an ultrasonic scaler.
Especially the ultrasonic scaler with water bottle, which features a water bottle with an auto-water supply function for easier operation, is used for an effective removal of plaque and calculus from the teeth, as well as removing bits of inflamed tissues on the walls of the gingival crevice. It also features automatic frequency tracking whic ensures that it is alsways operating on the most efficient frequesncy for stable performance. Therefore, the scaler with water bottle is very popular in dentistry.