Pulp vitality tester Digitest® 3

pulp vitality tester
pulp vitality tester
pulp vitality tester
pulp vitality tester
pulp vitality tester
pulp vitality tester
pulp vitality tester
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Digitest® 3 Pulp VItality Tester Automatic one-button operation Intuitive interface for ease of use Light-weight design for optimal ergonomics and easy handling Ideal ramp-up times to generate precise patient response with maximum comfort Upgraded micro-processor performs a self-test assuring proper function every time Powered by an easily replaceable 9V alkaline battery Includes four autoclavable probe tips: Short, Long, Precision Labial and Precision Lingual (1) Digitest 3 Pulp Tetser (4) Autoclavable Probe Tips; (1) standard long, (1) standard short, (1) labial and (1) lingual (1) Ground Wire & (1) Clip (1) 9-Volt Battery The NEW Digitest® 3 Pulp Vitality Tester is a hand-held, battery-powered diagnostic device that identifies a living tooth by stimulating it with a weak electric current. The unique Digitest 3 stimulus is designed to reliably trigger a patient response in a vital tooth with minimal discomfort. When the start button is pressed, the device’s microprocessor produces a gentle, pulsed waveform that automatically increases in strength, repeating several times per second. This progressive stimulus produces a pulpal response well below the patient’s pain threshold. The result is an accurate reading you can rely on, while keeping the patient comfortable.The same button that powers up the device, allows the user to program the unit’s rate of stimulus. In addition, the microprocessor performs a self-test every time the unit is turned on to assure that the entire electronic system is functioning properly.

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