. . . and flawlessly suction excess fluid from THE ORAL CAVITY during procedures with Kulzer’s innovative new ReLeaf.
WHAT’S IN A NAME? If we’re talking about Kulzer’s innovative ReLeaf dental-suction device (kulzerus.com), well, what’s in a name
is right there in front of you: relief.
Relief for your patients, anyway, which brings a different kind of relief to you. In the operatory chair, a modicum of control can make all the difference, and this sleek, handy tool—made of a custom-blend polymer and shaped like the titular tree denizen—provides that and much more besides.
When a patient closes his jaw, for example, or occludes his teeth, the action pushes the tongue away from ReLeaf. Fluid
is then forced to the cheeks, and ReLeaf gets to work. By just slightly closing his mouth, then, the patient can trigger removal of accumulated fluids. Goodbye, gagging—
and hello, more contented patients.
ReLeaf enables work in all four quadrants, with ergonomic comfort and full view of the oral cavity.
That’s the sound of freedom, isn’t it? It’s actually free times three: ReLeaf contains no latex or BPA, and it does heroic work in freeing up your staff capacity, enabling them to focus on other, more taxing aspects of patient care.
From the practitioner’s point of view, ReLeaf enables work in all four quadrants, with ergonomic comfort and full view of the oral cavity. With its 280 degrees of suction, you can count on a dry field during a wide range of dental and hygiene procedures—and a greater focus on the details that matter most.
An added bonus is the up to 15 minutes of time saved per patient, which can translate to hundreds of dollars’ additional production a day. It requires no complicated setup; its 100 percent autoclavable silicone hoses and couplers connect to an existing HVE system in under 60 seconds. Patient comfort, ergonomic efficiency and a more productive dental team: Even now, in the slate-gray throes of winter, we call that a leafy-green godsend.