Pro Thin Gracey Access 7-8 XPX Green
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Gracey design is the standard of care for complete pocket coverage deeper than 4 mm. More recently, 50% shorter working blades and a 3mm extended shank (called Gracey Access) have gained popularity for periodontally involved cases. American Eagle have taken the Gracey Access design one step further and thinned the working blade to improve root concavity and furcation access beyond 4 mm.
The complexity of a shorter working end makes it difficult to sharpen in stainless steel. With XP Technologys reduced wear rate, the Gracey Access Pro Thin design will retain the original 70-degree edge angulation for consistent periodontal instrumentation.
The Gracey Access 7-8 Pro Thin curette by American Eagle is used in pockets greater than 4mm in anterior and pre-molar areas, as well as buccal and lingual molar furcations.
American Eagle have produced a unique and outstanding technology for coating and strengthening instruments, making even the thinnest blade stay sharp up to 250 times longer than an average hand instrument.
American Eagle XP instruments NEVER need sharpening and yet have the same life span of any other instrument. The XP instruments make use of a nano technology whereby the surface of the instrument is microscopically infiltrated with a coating that significantly increases the strength of the stainless steel tips.
Still the number one choice of hand instruments, the lightweight, easy grip handles provide tactile sensitivity when root planing. XP allows you to gently plane off calculus with no force required as it slices through effortlessly with each stroke.
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– Plasmatised surface produces a thinner edge, sharp enough to slice off calculus rather than chipping or scraping.
– Aerospace engineering allows XP instruments to be thinner and sharper from the start.
– Wide, light handle provides tactile sensitivity and less hand fatigue.