What the 7/8 Younger-Good Curette Is Used For
With the stainless steel Younger-Good dental curette, you’re getting an excellent all-in-one tool for clearing away calculus on the subgingival and supragingival levels. Subgingival calculus can cause a host of complications in a patient’s mouth that they may not even notice, so it’s essential to have a good tool to remove it before it leads to further damage. And when you clean away the supragingival calculus, you’re giving your client a smile they can show with pride.
Your patients will be thankful you have this curette, and so will your employees! The 7/8 Younger-Good Curette has a hollow handle, making it lighter in weight but no less effective. With this design, dentists and hygienists will be able to comfortably use the instrument for a longer time without fatigue.
Siberian Stone™ vs. Regular Steel for Younger-Good Curettes
When you need a 7/8 Younger-Good Curette that stays sharp, you have two tip options — a steel tip or a Siberian Stone™ tip. A steel tip is likely the most similar to what you’ve always used. If you like the feel of a cohesive set of instruments, the steel tip will work well for you.
However, you also have the option to try our Siberian Stone™ stainless steel alloy. This durable tip is made in the USA and was designed to have long-lasting sharpness and resistance to chipping. A stainless steel Younger-Good Curette will be a fine improvement to any dental office.
Why Choose ProDentUSA for Stainless Steel Younger-Good Curettes?
Whatever tips you choose, we’ll stand behind our instrument. The 7/8 Younger-Good Curette is a tool that stays sharp — that’s the ProDent Promise. On the unlikely chance that you experience a material defect within a year after ordering, we’ll send you a replacement so you can continue spreading smiles, one instrument at a time.
- Universal blades with two sharp cutting edges on curved shanks for optimal posterior reach
- Available in US Siberian Stone™ tip or regular steel
- Guaranteed long-lasting sharpness
- Available in hollow, ergonomic handle H4