Dental Furcation & Bone Files
Furcation probes are used to assess periodontal pocket depths, attachment levels, anatomy configurations gingival bleeding, and are ideal for accessing furcation areas. In veterinary dental care, a furcation defect is bone loss, typically due to periodontal disease, affecting the base of the root trunk of a tooth where two or more roots intersect. The severity and nature of the condition are variables for both diagnosis and recovery preparation. Several therapy approaches have been used to treat furcation involving teeth. Regenerative methods used in these cases involve bone graft and direct tissue regeneration. Working ends of these bone files are available in different sizes and angles. These are made from surgical-grade stainless that ensures the quality and longevity of each instrument.
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