GDC Gracey Curettes Colour Coded
GDC Gracey Curettes Colour Coded
GDC Gracey Curettes Colour Coded
GDC Gracey Curettes Colour Coded
GDC Gracey Curettes Colour Coded
GDC Gracey Curettes Colour Coded

GDC Gracey Curettes Colour Coded 7Pcs Kit GCCCWC7

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GDC Gracey Curettes Colour Coded 7Pcs Kit with Cassette GCCCWC7
GDC Gracey Curettes has a lower cutting edge and an upper non-cutting edge.

6 Months warranty against rust.


GDC Gracey Curettes Colour Coded Handle  7Pcs Kit with Cassette GCCCWC7

  • Set of 7: The set includes seven Gracey curettes, each with a different design and curvature. This variety allows for effective treatment of different tooth surfaces and areas of the mouth.
  • Color-coded: Each curette in the set is color-coded for easy identification. The color-coding system helps dentists and dental hygienists quickly select the appropriate instrument for a specific treatment need.
  • Ergonomic Design: The curettes are designed with ergonomic handles, providing a comfortable grip and reducing hand fatigue during extended procedures.
  • Sharp Cutting Edge: The curettes feature sharp cutting edges that allow for the precise removal of calculus, plaque, and other deposits from the tooth surface and subgingival areas.
  • High-Quality Material: The curettes are made of high-quality stainless steel, ensuring durability, resistance to corrosion, and easy maintenance.
  • Autoclavable: The instruments are autoclavable, allowing for proper sterilization and infection control.
  • Convenient Storage: The set comes in a pouch that provides organized storage and protects the instruments when not in use.
  • Versatility: Gracey curettes can be used for various dental procedures, including scaling and root planing, periodontal maintenance, and subgingival debridement.
  • Precise Instrumentation: The design of the curettes allows for precise access to periodontal pockets and root surfaces, promoting thorough cleaning and improved oral health.
  • Cassette Storage: The kit comes with a convenient cassette for storage and organization of the instruments, protecting them from damage and keeping them securely in place.

Packing :-  Set of 7 with cassette 

  • 1 x SGCC 1/2 #7
  • 1 x SGCC 3/4 #7
  • 1 x SGCC 5/6 #7
  • 1 x SGCC 7/8 #7
  • 1 x SGCC 9/10 #7
  • 1 x SGCC 11/12 #7
  • 1 x SGCC 13/14 #7

Description :- 

A periodontal curette is a curette used in the prophylactic and Periodontal care of human teeth.

The working tips are fashioned in a variety of shapes and sizes, but they are always rounded at the tip in order to make subgingival cleansing less traumatic to the gingiva.

Periodontal scalers feature a sharp tip to access supragingival calculus in tight embrasure spaces, thus making the curette the choice instrument for treating subgingival areas of calculus accumulation.

Curettes are best used when the terminal shank, namely, the last portion of the handle attached to the blade, is held parallel to the length of the tooth. To facilitate proper usage, instruments often come with posterior analogs which possess angled terminal shanks.

Classically, there are two recognized groups of curettes

  • A universal curette has a blade that is perpendicular to its terminal shank. This orientation allows the blade to be used against either the mesial or distal surface of a tooth. Because this type of periodontal curette was developed at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, it is also known as a Columbia curette.
  • The Gracey curette, invented by Dr. Clayton Gracey with the help of Hugo Friedman of Hu-Friedy Manufacturing company in the early 1940s, has a blade that is laterally offset by 70 degrees relative to the shank. Consequently, a Gracey curette has a lower cutting edge and an upper non-cutting edge. Because only one side of each blade can be cut, Gracey curettes are site-specific, and a posterior instrument is used to clean
  •   mesial surfaces of teeth will not work on
  •   distal surfaces, and vice versa. Gracey blades used for mesial surfaces of
  •   anterior teeth from the
  •   The facial is only suitable for the distal surfaces of the same teeth when access is performed from the lingual.

Gracey Curettes 1/2, 3/4, and 5/6 are used on the anterior sextants of teeth. 7/8 and 9/10 are used on the buccal and lingual portions of posterior teeth. 11/12 and 15/16 are used on the mesial portions of posterior teeth. 13/14 and 17/18 are used on the distal portions of posterior teeth.

 Direction of Use:-

  • Select the appropriate Gracey curette from the set based on the tooth surface and specific treatment needs. The curettes are color-coded and labeled for easy identification.
  • Hold the instrument in a pen-like grip, ensuring a firm and comfortable grasp.
  • Position the working end of the curette against the tooth surface or root surface to be treated.
  • Place the cutting edge of the curette against the calculus or plaque deposit, angling it slightly towards the tooth surface.
  • Use a controlled and gentle pulling motion to scrape or scale the targeted area. The sharp cutting edge of the curette will help remove the buildup.
  • Move the curette in overlapping strokes, working systematically across the tooth or root surface. Pay attention to the depth and direction of the instrument to ensure effective cleaning.
  • Maintain a light touch and avoid excessive pressure to prevent damage to the tooth structure or soft tissues.
  • Rinse the treated area intermittently to remove debris and assess the progress of the cleaning process.
  • Continue the scaling and root planning procedure as necessary, using different curettes from the set based on the specific treatment requirements.
  • After completing the procedure, thoroughly clean and sterilize the instruments following proper infection control protocols.



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