This explorer 6/23 is used to locate calculus deposits, tooth surface irregularities, defective margins on restorations, decalcified areas and carious lesions
The Double Ended Explorer Probe 6/23 is a dental instrument used for a variety of purposes, including:
- Locating calculus deposits (tartar)
- Detecting tooth surface irregularities
- Checking for defective margins on restorations
- Identifying decalcified areas and carious lesions
- Opening small canal orifices during endodontic procedures
The probe has two ends, each with a different tip:
- The explorer end (6) is a sharp, pointed tip that is used to explore and probe surfaces for defects.
- The shepherd’s hook end (23) is a curved tip that is used to gently remove calculus and debris.
- Made of high-quality stainless steel for durability and corrosion resistance
- Double-ended design for versatility
- Sharp and pointed explorer tip for effective probing
- Curved shepherd’s hook tip for gentle removal of calculus and debris
- Lightweight and ergonomic handle for comfortable use
What is the Explorer probe used for?
The dental explorer Probe a sharp-ended instrument, is used to: Determine the presence of caries. Explore other enamel and dentin defects, e.g. fracture, odontoclastic restorative lesions.
What is a double ended Explorer used for?
Double ended Explorer used in the detection of caries (decay) and calculus, exploration of pocket characteristics, furcation and restorations.
What are dental explorers made of?
A dental explorer is a thin and flexible stainless steel instrument, with a sharp tip. Dental professionals use explorers to examine the surface of patient’s teeth, and detect calculus defects or irregularities.