Plaster techniques

Plaster techniques

The right Dental plaster technique must be well learned. And the best technique for you, you learn best from your dentist. We could here hundreds of graphs offer from which you prefer but little benefit, since the possibilities of a two-dimensional representation naturally limited.
We can help but give an overview of what techniques there are and when they are applied. With this knowledge you have at hand already learning a great step ahead.
Dental plaster techniques
Dispenser Technology after McCall
This technique can be healthy gums conditions are applied. It is the toothbrush in the 45 ° angle to the tooth series, and with gentle pressure From rolled. There is no massage effect, but a good plaque removal.
Bass technique
Here is a healthy state of the gums and teeth of the restraint system, with inflammation of the gums, as well as forms of light Prodontitis cleaned. They are also suitable for patients with firmly seated orthodontic appliances. The Bass technique can be seen as a modified circular brushing tooth designate. There should be a soft toothbrush can be used.
Charters technology
Also "massage technique" is a very effective method for stopping inflammation of the dental apparatus. Unfortunately, it is difficult to learn and practice, so it has practical significance is lost. Here comes a toothbrush with stiff bristles used to stand at intervals and three-field brushes have.
Wipe method also mentioned. It serves mainly to avoid defective and for cleaning gum pockets. They should also have an effect on gum shrinkage, which massages gums but is rather critical.
It is also known under the name "rotation technique". Here are the teeth with large external circular motion cleaned. The tooth rows remain closed. Then the same application on the inside with smaller movements in open mouth.
Probably (unfortunately) often applied technology. Here are the teeth by simple back and forth movements cleaned. The tooth spaces are rarely cleaned and hard to brush and strong pressure is often too toothing defective. This technique is not recommended.
Studies have shown that in healthy teeth and gums healthy no technology has advantages. Even the Black rubber technology in comparison shows the same cleansing effect. However, we must note here that the formation of tooth defective with this technique is most likely. In healthy relationships, it is therefore no matter what technology you use. However, it should be by your dentist regularly monitored to tooth errors and prevent remaining rubbers.
Ask your dentist or his assistant prophylaxis.