4 reasons to incorporate Johnson-Promident's Deldent JetPolisher 2000 into your practice

August 9, 2013
Issue 7

Looking for a new polishing unit? Here are 4 reasons to consider Johnson-Promident's Deldent JetPolisher 2000.

Looking for a new polishing unit? Here are 4 reasons to consider Johnson-Promident's Deldent JetPolisher 2000.

The Deldent JetPolisher 2000 is said to be the only polishing unit that is harmless to titanium implant surfaces and has been cleared by the FDA for implant maintenance (for cleaning around implants under dentures). 

1. Patented polishing: The JetPolisher 2000 features Deldent’s patented H.S.T. Polishing System. This system mixes air, water and sodium bicarbonate powder together within a single nozzle to produce a homogenous stream, unlike other airpolishing systems in which there are separate nozzles for water and powder streams.

The benefits of the H.S.T. Polishing System are numerous, including: the prevention of nozzle clogging, a more efficient polishing stream so less air pressure is needed, and a gentler polishing action because the sodium bicarbonate particles begin to soften within the spray head.  

2. It’s portable: The polisher is completely portable and can be moved easily from room to room. It does not require installation but connects directly to existing handpiece tubing and uses the existing dental unit’s foot pedal. 

3. Lightweight and ergonomic: The lightweight handpiece is ergonomic and easy on the wrist with a large powder reservoir located in the unit instead of the handpiece.

4. Economical price point: The JetPolisher 2000 reportedly costs about half as much as standard countertop polishers. 

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