19.16 A speed-decreasing handpiece (W&H). This graph is called a “Stephan curve” (Stephan and Miller, 1943) (Fig. This will damage the chuck and the bur. This housing must be made to very precise tolerances to prevent the bur running eccentrically. Straight handpieces are used in oral surgical procedures or for the extraoral adjustment and polishing of acrylic and metals. • Implant placement. The air pressure is usually 3 bar (43.5 psi) although this varies depending on the handpiece manufacturer’s advice. Tel: 319-335-7414. This applies to the pre-treatment assessment as well as to monitoring your progress intra-operatively. hoe or chisel), you can use these dental tools to remove any decayed tooth and smooth the area before any preparation. The rapidly developing LED technology may well see considerable advances in product design and usage featuring these components in future. It is remarkable that it is possible to remove tooth tissue (enamel and dentine) and all restorative materials (including ceramics, metals and plastics) using the same implement, the dental handpiece. They are used in the cavity preparation of both amalgam and composite (resin) restorations. (A) A contra-angle handpiece and (B) a straight handpiece (W&H). Cutting Instruments. 4.12). • The ecological plaque hypothesis says that the organisms associated with disease may be present at sound sites. Time required for acid production from the fermentation of the carbohydrates by bacteria and for demineralization of tooth, is allowed by poor oral hygiene and not cleaning teeth immediately after eating. Hand cutting instruments are composed of three parts: handle, shank and blade (Fig 1). A heavier handpiece will lead to operator fatigue more quickly than a lighter one. Fig. Examination instruments. As the speed is slower, the heat produced and transmitted to the tooth during polishing is reduced. More heat will be generated with larger amounts of the surface area of abrasive in contact with the substrate surface. Vitamin B6 acts as an anticaries agent because it promotes the growth of noncariogenic organisms. The speed of the handpiece will depend on the task. 4. The handle can be small, medium, or large, smooth or serrated. Dental probe: It’s used to detect the depth of caries or the depth of caries. 32: (Oct 1953) 710- 6. 5: (Jan-May 1935) 275- 7. • When salivary flow is reduced or absent, there occurs the increased food retention. • Carbohydrate content-presence of refined cariogenic carbohydrate particles on the tooth surface. The indications of an air rotor dental handpiece are: • Cutting of enamel and gross tooth tissue, • Removal of direct restorative materials, • Gross shaping and polishing of cured direct restorative materials, • Tooth preparation for an indirect prosthesis, • Cutting material used in the construction of indirect prostheses when these need to be removed. (B) Normal pulpal tissue is shown for comparison. So these risk factors must be evaluated from time-to-time because the effect of each factor can change over time. Dental instruments are tools that dental professionals use to provide dental treatment. • The specific plaque hypothesis says that only a few organisms out of the diverse collection in the plaque flora are actively involved in the disease. Cariogenic bacterias have some characteristics which make them special: • Acidogenic nature: This means bacterias should be able to transport sugars and convert them to acid. This is the reason for higher incidence of dental caries nowadays than the past. It can cause the bur to break as it may snatch against the cutting surface. • Know the names of currently available commercial products. This is especially so when wearing gloves as the dentist’s grip on the handpiece is enhanced. Tooth remineralization can take place if the pH of the environment adjacent to the tooth is high due to: • Lack of substrate for bacterial metabolism. This leads to vibration that is then transmitted to the material being cut, causing cracking and crazing. The ball bearings are surrounded by a phenolic resin that lubricates their movement in the same way as oil lubricates the moving parts of a car engine. The hand instruments used in the dental operatory may be categorized as (1) cutting (excavators, chisels, and others) or (2) non-cutting (amalgam condensers, mirrors, explorers, probes). • In the first stage there is destruction which is done by the acid attack where as the dissolution of the residue (2nd stage) is carried out by the proteolytic action of the bacterias. Cutting instruments are, of course, not dental materials per se, but the effect they have when used with dental materials and on tooth tissues is of great clinical significance. VitaminD:Vitamin D helps in normal development of teeth. • Fluoride content is lesser in carious enamel and dentin as compared to a sound tooth. Reduced incidence of caries because of fluoridation has been explained by this theory. This leads to vibration that is then transmitted to the material being cut, causing cracking and crazing. The optimum cutting speed is approximately one half of the free running speed. • Any salivary dysfunction, effect of medication or radiotherapy can result in decreased quantity and quality of saliva which further promotes caries. This needed to be balanced against the decrease in access to the site to be worked on as the dentist’s vision was perhaps compromised. • Microorganisms invade the enamel lamelle and the acid produced by the bacterias causes damage to the organic pathways. The bur to judder. Note the rough edge where chipping has occurred. This will have an effect on the speed of the bur and hence the torque. Materials such as. Fig. Laser dentistry is fast, painless, and can effectively eliminate any form of bacteria during the procedure to avoid any further complications or problems. Brass is commonly used to construct handpieces but will make the instrument heavier. SITES OF DENTAL CARIES • Pathogenic Properties of Cariogenic Bacteria and Pathogenesis of Dental Caries • Hypothesis Concerning Relation between Plaque and Caries. As cutting speed increases so does the power up to a point past which the power starts to decrease. The effect of water and air spray directed from the two apertures on the handpiece head simultaneously. Some handpieces are designed to work at slower speeds and are termed speed-decreasing handpieces (Figure 19.16). Surrounding the chuck is the bearing housing, which is held centrally within the head of the handpiece by a plastic ring. The difference in occurrence of dental caries in different individuals of same age, sex, race and geographic area, diet, and similar living conditions is because of various factors that manipulate the etiology of caries. Colonization with Streptococcus mutans at an early age is an important factor for early caries initiation. DFS Diamon surgical instruments are highly popular worldwide. Put the mouth mirror, explorer and cotton pliers on the composite tray set-up ( dental tray is the basic tray setup for any dental procedure). • Inactive/arrested carious lesion: A lesion that may have formed earlier and then stopped is referred to as an arrested or inactive carious lesion. • It has been recognized that enamel contains 0.56% of organic matter out of which 0.18% is keratin and 0.17% is a soluble protein. Some handpieces are designed to work at slower speeds and are termed. lb. These rings denote the handpiece’s internal gearings. It can cause the bur to break as it may snatch against the cutting surface. used to examine, clean, cut & restore teeth. This is directed at the cutting surface so that the area being worked on is illuminated directly rather by reflection via a mouth mirror, increasing the dentist’s clarity of vision. The balance of the handpiece is important from two perspectives: A badly balanced handpiece will compromise the accuracy of the dentist’s work and increase operator fatigue. 19.5 The head of a high-speed handpiece with its components labelled. If pathological factors overweight then caries progress. Figure 8.4. Fig. Peyton, E.E. The product range includes instruments made of medical-grade hardened steel as well as carbide instruments. A comparison of the features of high and low speed handpieces are set out in, Comparison of the features of high-speed and speed-increasing handpieces, Handpieces that operate at a slower cutting speed, that is, between 600 and 250 000 rpm are available as either. • Streptococci mutans are considered main causative factors for caries because of their ability to adhere to tooth surfaces, produce abundant amounts of acid, and survive and continue metabolism at low pH conditions. Box 19.1 illustrates how a friction grip bur should be inserted correctly into a high-speed or speed-increasing handpiece. • If a tooth is out of position, rotated or in any abnormal position, it becomes difficult to clean, and hence retains more food and debris. This compromises the supply of water to the bur and hence the cooling efficiency (Figure 19.7). 4.4: Factors affecting incidence of dental caries. 19.3 A friction grip bur used with both high-speed and speed-increasing handpieces. The internal workings of slow-speed handpieces are essentially the same as previously described for the speed-increasing handpiece as shown in Figure 19.11. This heat can lead to deleterious effects on the dental pulp (. Sectioning of teeth (such as in hemisections). The removal of a variety of materials can be very demanding. These defects increase plaque retention, increase bacterial colonization, and in some cases, the loss of enamel make it more susceptible to tooth demineralization. The chuck is at the centre of the windmill. • ¼ & ½ sizes were added later. Fig. How to correctly insert a friction grip bur into a handpiece, A high-speed or speed-increasing handpiece should never be run without fully inserting the bur into the chuck. • Saliva acts as cleaner of teeth as it quickly washes away food debris from the mouth and to buffer the organic acids that are produced by the bacteria. Dental mirror: It’s used for visualization of the oral cavity or for viewing the patient mouth. Even though there is great variation among hand cutting instruments, they have certain design features in common. To prevent microcracks, many operative dentists are now moving onto using speed-increasing handpieces in preference to turbines. INSTRUMENTS USED IN BASIC RESTORATIVE PROCEDURES. According to this, due to formation of fluoroapatite, strength of linkage between organic and inorganic phases of enamel is increased which helps in reducing their destruction. D.C. Hudson, Temperature developed in rotating dental cutting instruments. As the windmill rotates, so does the bur. This phenomenon can be further reduced by using a reciprocating prophylaxis handpiece (Figure 19.17). The speed-increasing handpiece (Figures 19.2 and 19.10) is driven by an electrical motor, also called a micromotor. He published his results in 1882. Preventive measures against these bacteria can control occurrence of the disease. This melted material can clog the cutting surface of the instrument so resulting in reduced efficiency of the cutting or polishing process. Cutting instruments These instruments are used to cut hard or soft tissue of the mouth. Four dental ceramics, including two zirconia ceramics were machined by three types (SiC, diamond vitrified, and diamond sintered) of wheels with a hand-piece engine and two types (diamond and carbide) of burs with a high-speed air turbine. A speed-increasing handpiece coupled onto a micromotor on a dental unit. The materials used to manufacture the instrument influence the weight of the instrument. Less control for the dentist due to the irregular cutting. Fig. Chisels are primarily used for cutting enamel and may be subdivided further into straight chisels, curved chisels, bin-angle … 19.9 The parabola shows the performance characteristic, i.e. If the bur is only partly inserted into the chuck, it may be released during use and cause intraoral soft tissue injury or be lost into the patient’s oropharynx. If the bur is too short to access the operating site, it should be changed for one of a greater cutting length (see. Enamel hypoplasia can result due to vitamin D deficiency. The water flow is disturbed and the air becomes the coolant, but this is ineffective in dissipating the heat. 3. The bur is slid into the jaws of the chuck while these are open and then the jaws are released to grip the bur shank. This vibration may also be unpleasant for the patient. This chapter discusses the equipment used to cut and polish both dental materials and tooth tissues. With each subsequent pass of the bur, it naturally falls back into this groove, so deepening it. 19.14 A latch grip bur used in a slow-speed handpiece. This will result in irregular removal of the tissue being prepared so more tissue is removed than is necessary. Classification of Instruments used in Operative Dentistry - For undergraduate dental students SmartLearning Dr Benin Smart Learning Many dental procedures require the use of hand. Technology has now evolved such that it is no longer necessary to compromise the head size for torque. Our dental instruments are designed for providing dental treatment such as examining, manipulating, treating, restoring and removing teeth and surrounding oral structures. These sites are: • Pits and fissures on occlusal surfaces of molars and premolars. This results in initiation of the caries. • This whole process is supported by the presence of carbohydrates, microorganisms and dental plaque. Figure 8.3. Stephan has shown the relationship between change in plaque pH over a period of time following a glucose rinse in form of a graph. The time period during which all above three direct factors, i.e. la. [Hand instruments used in operative dentistry] Hell Stomatol Chron. Figure 8.2. Stainless steel is also used for handpiece manufacture and lies between these two materials with respect to weight. •Physical nature ofdiet: In the earlier times, the primitive man used to eat rough and raw unrefined foods which had self-cleansing capacity. 6. When a rotating bur is used to polish a surface, there is a tendency for it to create a groove. Water cooling is more efficient at dissipating the heat than air. Straight chisel (4x). Pathogenic Properties of Cariogenic Bacteria and Pathogenesis of Dental Caries. Dental caries is an ecological disease in which the diet, the host and the microbial flora interact in a way which increases demineralization of the tooth structure with resultant caries formation. These tools allow dental professionals to manipulate tissues for better visual access during treatment or during dental examination. VitaminA:Deficiency or excess are not related to dental caries. •It is seen that acids produced by fermentable carbohydrates cause a rapid drop in plaque pH to a level which results in demineralization of the tooth structure. The outline is irregular as result of the pecking and there is crazing of the surface adjacent to the margin. (a) pH decreases because of acids produced by bacteria, (b) pH increases, due to buffering of plaque and saliva. But since acids produced in plaque diffuse out of the plaque combined with buffering capacity of saliva exerting a neutralizing effect, this acidic nature of plaque remains for sometime only, and with in 30-60 minutes, plaque returns to its normal pH. • Dental caries do not occur if the oral cavity is free of bacteria. LEDs are also relatively stable in wavelength over their lifetime and low-power LEDs produce little or no heat. According to this hypothesis, both mechanical cleaning and restriction of sugar intake are important in controlling caries progression. Many endodontic handpieces also have a design feature to control the torque, with the aim of preventing endodontic file separation during use. The free running speed of a turbine is in the order of 300 000–400 000 revolutions per minute (rpm). This is because during use the position of the handpiece may prevent one or more holes directing water to the bur. Example of chelation reaction is hemoglobin in which 4 pyrrole nuclei are linked to iron by a similar bond. – Bacterias should be able to produce extracellular and intracellular polysaccharides which contribute to the plaque matrix. • The margins of restorations predominantly which are deficient or overhanging. Materials such as peek (a fibre-reinforced composite material) are being used by some manufacturers to construct the internal components of the handpiece so reducing the handpiece’s weight. • Active carious lesion: A progressive lesion is described as an active carious lesion. F.A. Oscillating Burs & Instruments. Spoon excavators. The term instrument refers to a tool, device on an implement uses for specific purpose or type of work and is preferred in profession or scientific field as precision items are generally required to perform specific procedure. One is the instrument formula, and in this case, it is 15-8-12. These intracellular polysaccharides can be used for energy production and converted to acid when sugars are not available (Fig. A cut away view of a high-speed handpiece with the primary components identified. Accordingly all plaque should be removed by mechanical plaque control. Inside the bearing housing are seven or eight, As significant heat is generated during cutting due to friction, it is critical that effective cooling is provided over the whole cutting surface of the bur. A speed-increasing handpiece (Bien Air). Handpieces are either knurled or smooth in their external design and this is very much personal preference. • Speed-increasing handpiece (Figure 19.2). A photomicrograph showing the effect of pecking on the periphery of a cavity. 19.11 A speed-increasing handpiece coupled onto a micromotor on a dental unit. This needed to be balanced against the decrease in access to the site to be worked on as the dentist’s vision was perhaps compromised. lc. • Enamel contains mucopolysaccharides, lipids and citrate which are susceptible to bacterial attack and act as chelators. According to the Activity of Carious Lesion. Laser Dentistry—Lasers are used to improve efficiency and eliminate discomfort in a number dental procedures, including filling cavities, reducing tooth sensitivity, getting rid of tumors, and whitening. The outline is irregular as result of the pecking and there is crazing of the surface adjacent to the margin. The hand instruments in Operative Dentistry is important for all the Dental Students. Surgical instruments made from steel are manufactured in different shank types such as FG long, right angle long and straight handpiece. complex:influence on the tooth. Blade Flat edge of instrument, sharp enough to cut. Water is generally used to cool the bur. New York J.D. the bur requires more power to continue to rotate it at the same speed as the pressure applied to it increases. Dental mirror. The, To allow the bur to continue to rotate, the power must be maintained. Many modern handpieces now have a light in close proximity to the bur. Other factors such as the type of the tubing housing, the services (air, water and electrical cabling) to the coupling and how it is arranged on the dental unit will also contribute to the balance of the handpiece. Fig. A piece of green tape has been placed by the user to differentiate which clinic the handpiece belongs to so that handpieces are not misappropriated after the decontamination procedure. It has been seen that supplement of vitamin D in children helps in the formation of healthy teeth and thus helps in reduction in the dental caries. For this reason, removal of interp/>, Only gold members can continue reading. Two W&H high-speed handpieces, one with a smooth outer casing and the other lightly knurled. 2. 4.5: Physical nature of diet affects the incidence of dental caries. 4.4), Fig. But in present times, soft refined foods are eaten which stick stubbornly to the teeth and are not removed easily due to lack of roughage. tooth, microorganisms and substrate are acting jointly should be adequate to produce acidic pH which is critical for dissolution of enamel to produce a carious lesion. Table 19.2 lists the cutting speeds for common dental procedures and materials. The slower speed also reduces the amount of the prophy paste (see p. 345) being sprayed everywhere! This is directed at the cutting surface so that the area being worked on is illuminated directly rather by reflection via a mouth mirror, increasing the dentist’s clarity of vision. A comparison of the features of high and low speed handpieces are set out in Table 19.1. 4.3), Fig. It is important that the knurling is not too deep or close together to avoid compromising cleaning and sterilizing of the instrument (Figure 19.8). The colour codes are explained in, Ring colour and internal gearing of dental handpieces, Reduce the substantial heat generated by friction. According to Whether it is a New Lesion or Recurrent Carious Lesion. It can be prevented by restricting the intake of dietary sugars, and removing plaque. The air pressure should be set at. This denotes that the internal gearings increase the speed of the instrument. affect the initiation of dental caries. • Frequency of carbohydrate intake: In a person with normal salivary function, after intake of fermentable carbohydrate foods or drinks, the acidic pH lasts 30-60 minutes. Smaller heads overcome these disadvantages but as a consequence, torque of the instrument was reduced in the early designs. Box 19.1 How to correctly insert a friction grip bur into a handpiece. Fig. The water may be also deflected away from the bur by the surface being cut. Explaination of Hand Cutting Instruments in operative dentistry in arabic. Nib Blunt point or tip. Pathological factors involved in a carious lesion are bacteria, poor dietary habits, and xerostomia. Other techniques such as sandblasting, air abrasion and laser cutting, which have found many indications in modern dentistry as they are much less invasive, are also described. Introduction. • All the preventive steps have been based on this theory. A high-speed or speed-increasing handpiece should never be run without fully inserting the bur into the chuck. • Pathogenic Properties of Cariogenic Bacteria and Pathogenesis of Dental Caries, • Hypothesis Concerning Relation between Plaque and Caries, • “Caries Balance Concept” (Proposed by Featherstone), LOCAL FACTORS AFFECTING THE INCIDENCE OF CARIES, • Environment of the Tooth: Saliva and Diet, • According to Whether it is a New Lesion or Recurrent Carious Lesion, • According to the Activity of Carious Lesion, • According to Speed of Caries Progression, • Based on Treatment and Restoration Design, • Based on Number of Tooth Surfaces Involved, • Classification According to the Severity, • Methods to Reduce Demineralizing Factors, • Genetic Modalities in Caries Prevention. This pecking motion causes a rippling effect on the material, leading to the formation of microcracks (Figure 19.12). 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