Many patients delayed preventive maintenance appointments during the early days of the pandemic. Clinicians now need to possess superpowers for instrumentation effectiveness as these patients return for care. Those superpowers include having hand instruments and powered ultrasonic equipment that work as hard as the clinician.
RDH has published numerous articles about instrument sharpening, most recently in 2018 and 2019. The prepublication survey results were very valuable for the authors to write about instrument sharpening behaviors. Who doesn’t love a sharp curet?
RDH is once again seeking your valued opinions, this time about replacement of worn ultrasonic inserts/tips. We are planning several articles related to wear, measurement, and performance of ultrasonic inserts/tips, including how to ask for the equipment you need and that your patients deserve.
We need to know what is happening in your ops. No names will be revealed. We want your candid feedback, so please take a few minutes to give us your opinions. We want you to be heard. Thank you in advance.
Simply use this link to take the survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/J59XS6T