The ContacEZ Hygienist Strip is an advanced, high-precision dental strip designed to completely remove extrinsic discoloration from interproximal surfaces without causing damage to tooth enamel. The non-abrasive, flexible, stainless steel strips clean proximal contact areas of tough coffee, tea, tobacco, and red wine stains quickly, safely, and easily to ensure patient satisfaction and save hygienist chair time.
- Removes stains and plaque from proximal surfaces
- Leaves a smooth proximal surface for flossing
- Planes and polishes the composite surface
- Removes cement debris and smoothens the margin after crown seating
- Non-abrasive perforated strip protects enamel
- Flexible, highest-quality, stainless steel strip
- Thinner than dental floss
- Autoclavable, steam heat only
Hygienist Strip, Stain Remover - 0.05mm
Removing dark stains from interproximal surfaces can be an exceptionally difficult task. Stubborn stains, plaque, and calculus can set in tooth surfaces that are problematic to access, and abrasive tools and prophylactic pastes can damage the enamel from a patient’s teeth.
ContacEZ Hygienist Strips are a new solution to these problems. Thinner than dental floss, these single-handed, ergonomic strips are devised to fully and efficiently clean proximal contact surfaces while leaving the enamel unharmed. Shop Now
How to most effectively use your
HYGIENIST STRIP, STAIN REMOVER
Place a cotton roll between the lip and gum. Insert the strip into interproximal spaces by passing back and forth buccolingually with minimal vertical pressure.
Use gentle force to curve the flexible strip along the stained interproximal surface. Pass the strip back and forth buccolingually, maintaining the pressure on the stained surface until the discoloration has been removed.
Repeat as necessary on the opposite tooth. The strip will curve and clean along the natural curvature of the tooth with its builtin flexibility. The non-abrasive perforated strip will not damage enamel, just remove the stain.
Protect the lip by using either a cotton roll or fingers to move it out of the way. Insert the strip with minimal vertical pressure.
Passing the thin, perforated strip back and forth buccolingually will even remove stains between tight contacts.