LM-ErgoMax gracey scalers are convenient and ergonomic when operating with curette instruments. "I really liked the mini graceys. They are great for deep, narrow pockets," said a hygienist from Minnesota. Of the 13 clinicians who participated in this Dental Product Shopper evaluation, 9 said LM Instruments’ LM-ErgoMax gracey scalers are much better or somewhat better than similar dental hygiene curette instruments offered by other manufacturers. According to the manufacturer, dental hygiene practice has shifted toward an increased focus on ergonomics. In place of metal-handled instruments, more dentists and dental hygienists use ergonomic, silicone-handled hand instruments that combine a comfortable grip, high tactile sensitivity, and minimal force requirement. LM-ErgoMax gracey scalers from LM Instruments offer excellent user convenience when operating with hand instruments. The LM-ErgoMax approach covers all potential elements of ergonomics, improving the use of dental hygiene curette instruments and the outcome of the dental treatments.
Be sure to also check out our review of XP Pro Thin Gracey Instruments which offer thinner blades and wear-resistant working ends.
To Pull or Not to Pull? That is the Question…
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