The proof

The Cavitron Ultrasonic Scaling System removes 50% more active biofilm as compared to hand scaling.¹

Scaling tips

Scaling tips for more healthy smiles

Get more options to meet every patient presentation, from light biofilm to heavy calculus to implants.

 

Cavitron Family of Inserts

  • Cavitron Thinsert: Biofilm and light calculus
  • Cavitron Slimline: Light to moderate calculus
  • Cavitron Powerline: Moderate to heavy calculus

 

Start with Thinsert for healthy patients

Removing biofilm on healthy patients starts with a Cavitron Thinsert ultrasonic insert. Reach for it first in healthy patient presentations.

  • 47% thinner than Slimline Ultrasonic Inserts
  • Access difficult areas—misalignments, interproximal, tight tissue

Check inserts wear monthly

Replace inserts when worn to maximize performance and patient comfort.

The active area of the tip can wear over time, leading to excessive pressure when scaling—which creates discomfort for both patient and clinician. It also results in a loss in tip length, reducing efficiency.

 

About the Cavitron Series

Enhance patient care while removing more biofilm¹ with our latest innovation in ultrasonic scaling.

Cavitron 300 Series

 

Better Patient Comfort
  • Produces less heat and requires less water than any Cavitron system
  • Quieter operation than other scaling systems

 

Increased Infection Prevention
  • Touchscreen interface—easy to use and wipe down
  • Single-push, 2-minute purge control

 

Enhanced Hygienist Control
  • Exclusive Steri-Mate 360° rotating handpiece for effortless rotation
  • Easy adjustment of lavage and more precise water control
  • Featherweight cable is 28% lighter than older Cavitron units

Reach out for more information

Do you have questions about Dentsply Sirona Preventive's line of products? Are you looking to help enhance your patient experience? If you have any questions, contact us today.

1. When equal strokes are applied in an in vitro study. SOURCE: Abstract which has been reviewed and presented at IADR. Investigating the effects of instrumentation on in vitro periodontitis biofilms. W. Johnston, G. Ramage, M. Paterson, JL. Brown, D. MacKenzie and S. Culshaw, Oral Sciences, University of Glasgow & NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Scotland, UK.