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Instrument Setups

I saw this question on the Dimensions page and I thought it was an interesting one! What instruments do you have in your prophy setup, and what instruments do you have in your SRP setups?



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Prophy set up:
Mirror, probe, explorer
Barnheart 5/6
Gracey 13/14, 11/12, 1/2
anterior sickle
straight universal ultrasonic tip

SRP set up:
Mirror, prope, explorer
Columbia 4R/4L
Ridged gracey’s 1/2, 15/16, 13/14 and possible 17/18 for thirds
Posterior sickle
Anterior sickle
Younger good
Left and Right slimline ultrasonic tips
Files and a mini set of Gracey’s kept close by just in case

I like to have a little bit of everything on my tray including the kitchen sink.

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I have the same instruments in all set ups.
Gracey:
13/14
15/16
Scaler:
Montana Jack Ridged or
Black Jack
Universal:
Columbia 13/14
Mirror, 11/12 Explorer, Probe
Triple bend (baby blue) cavitron insert.
RDH Midwest with The Twist Prophy Angle

Extra if I need for S/RP or New Patient etc:
Nabors probe, gracey 17/18, perio files and cavitron inserts:
Left/right inserts
Slim line purple probe insert
Parkell Gold Jack Hammer insert
Several universal swivel inserts etc…

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Fsi 1000 triple bend insert

Graceys 11/12 13/14 and a gracey 1/2
Columbia 4r4l
Columbia 13/14
204s
11/12 explorer
Probe
Mirror
Universal slim line
Shepards hook explorer(bc they are in everything)
And another post scaler I can’t remember the name lol

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Prophy set up:
Mirror
11/12 explorer
shepards hook explorer
SH5/33 anterior scaler
2o4sd
Universal
Titan Scaler tip
air water syringe tip
Yellow probes

SRP set up
Gracy 1/2
Gracy 13/14
Gracy 15/16
When we do srp we combine it with the prophy set up.

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Prophy:
Shepards hook explorer/probe
Pig tail explorer
SH 5/6
13/14 universal or 4R 4 L
Blackjack
Air water syringe
Mirror

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Not enough instruments 🙁
Propy set up:
Mirror
Probe
Sheperds hook explorer
Sickle scaler
Universal posterior curette (McCalls 17/18 I think?)
S204
For SRP add Gracey 1/2, 11/12, and 13/14

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Prophy and SRP set-ups:
Double-sided mirror
11/12 explorer
Metal 3-6-9-12 probe
Plastic 3-6-9-12 probe
Forcepts
American Eagle Blackjack sickle
B5-6 universal
Double Gracey 1/2 – 5/6
Double Gracey 11/12 – 13/14
American Eagle M 23 scaler
30K ultrasonic tip

I have regular Graceys, nabers probe, files, triple bend ultrasonic insert, plastic and titanium implant scalers, etc. all in a drawer in my operatories at a hands reach as well.

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