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Vector Paro - Benchmark for low pain treatment

Safe, gentle, and protective: The Vector principle
Sonic and ultrasound instruments have become established in periodontal treatment as an alternative to traditional manual instruments. However, ultrasonic instruments have disadvantages as well as advantages:

Often, they move elliptically, meaning that even and vibration-free work is not always possible on every single tooth surface. This can result in irritation and unwanted loss of substance on the root surface. The method thus far unrivaled, and meticulously put into practice by Dürr Dental: The Vector principle – a provably gentle and mild periodontal treatment.

The ultrasound energy is accurately deflected in a linear direction. Thanks to this patented vibration deflection system, the instruments are then moved parallel to the surface of the root only. Treatment can be administered in a clinically efficient manner using ultrasound energy, causing no trauma to the patient.

The range of uses extends from removing subgingival plaque to removing supragingival tartar. In addition, the system has advantages when it comes to dental implant care and periodontitis treatment.

This is what counts:

The Vector principle:

  • Linear deflection of the ultrasound dynamics in the Paro handpiece
  • Instrument movement axially, parallel to the surface of the root
  • Precise 90° deflection vertically
  • Tremor-free work
  • Careful removal of biofilm, bacteria and deposits
  • Smooth, clean surfaces
  • Thorough and sensitive like no other system

 

E-paperVector Paro: Instruments & accessories

Vector Paro
Vector Paro
Vector Paro
Vector Paro technical data
Connection values (V/Hz) 230, 50/60
Working frequency (kHz) 25-35
Water container filling amount (ml) 600
Paro handpiece water consumption (ml/min) approx. 30
Vector Fluid polish (μm) average grain size: <10
Vector Fluid polish bag content (ml) 200
Dimensions (H x D x W cm) 16 x 21.5 x 25.5
Weight (kg) 2.5
Vector references
1. Braun et al. (2003) Subjective intensity of pain during the treatment of periodontal lesions with the Vector-system
2. Christgau et al. (2007) Periodontal healing after non-surgical therapy with a new ultrasonic device: a randomized controlled clinical trial
3. D’Ercole et al. (2006) Effectiveness of ultrasonic instruments in the therapy of severe periodontitis: a comparative clinical-microbiological assessment with currettes
4. Hoffman et al. (2005) Use of the Vector scaling unit in supportive periodontal therapy: a subjective patient evaluation
5. Kahl et al. (2007) Clinical effects after subgingival polishing with a non-aggressive ultrasonic device in; initial therapy
6. Kawashima et al. (2007) A comparison of root surface instrumentation using two piezoscalers and a hand scaler in vivo
7. Kishida et al. (2004) Effects of a new ultrasonic scaler on fibroblast attachment to root surfaces: a scanning electron microscopy analysis
8. Kocher et al. (2005) A new ultrasonic device in maintenance therapy: perception of pain and clinical efficacy
9. Rupf et al. (2005) In vitro, clinical and microbiological evaluation of a linear oscillating device for scaling and root planning.
In vivo: 11 patients with chronic periodontitis. They had in total 120 single rooted teeth with a clinical attachment level and probing depth of 5 mm
10. Schwarz et al. (2003) Influence of fluorescence-controlled ER: YAG laser radiation, the Vector system and hand instruments on periodontally diseased root surfaces in vivo
11. Schwarz et al. (2003) In vivo effects of an ER: YAG laser, an ultrasonic system and scaling and root planning on the biocompatibility of periodontally diseases root surfaces in cultures of human PDL fibroblasts
12. Sculean et al. (2004) Non-surgical periodontal treatment with a new ultrasonic device (Vector ultrasonic system) or hand instruments. A prospective, controlled clinical study