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Easy, effective prophylaxis | British Dental Journal

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Young Dental, the product line for professional dental cleaning, presents new polishing cups, disposable prophy angles as well as pastes for polishing and the removal of discolorations. They are so effective thanks to the remarkable efficiency of baking powder, an excellent brightening effect, a neutral pH value and they are less abrasive than comparable products.

The ‘Mint’ and ‘Berry’ flavoured pastes are vegan, as well as sugar- and gluten-free. They are available in colourful single doses and are therefore easy to identify. The accompanying, sterilisable holder simplifies holding the paste while polishing.

Disposable Prophy Angles by Young Dental make dental polishing more convenient because they have a small, round head and are designed to be particularly narrow, granting the therapist greater visibility and accessibility. The single-use products reduce the risk of infection and save time and costs as no sterilisation or preparation is required and the handpiece is less susceptible to wear and tear. The two-coloured DPAs in the Elite Cup and Petite Web Cup designs, either in straight design or with ergonomic 17 degree contrangle, help to reduce the muscle fatigue.

The Young Dental Prophy Cups are made of special in-house rubber, offering greater flare, reducing splatter and helping achieve an excellent polishing result. The two-coloured cups come in various lengths and degrees of hardness, from firm to extra soft. They are free from latex and available with either a latch/RA or screw type attachment. Five different designs are offered, so that the user can meet patients’ individual requirements. The Elite-Cup also has additional external ridges, which aid in the polishing of the interdental spaces. The cups are individually blister packed to avoid cross-contamination.

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Easy, effective prophylaxis.
Br Dent J 223, 304 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.bdj.2017.726

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