HOW TO USE THE SIPPRESSOR

Instructions on how to use the revoluntionary simple, comfortable, and anchored patient controlled suction device.

Sippressor Tubing

One end connects to the High Volume tubing and the other end to the Sippressor.


Sippressor at Back of Chair

Sippressor Tubing

Can be placed behind the patient neck and held in by headrest.

Bib Attachment

When the patient first gets in the chair, attach the Sippressor tubing to the bib followed by inserting into the mouth usually flossing between the second premolar and first molar and then instructing the patient on how to use the on/off switch.

Before attaching the Sippressor to the High Volume, make sure tube stays passive by not changing the direction, when it comes out of the mouth.

Correct Position for Hygienist and Before Placing a Rubber Dam Clamp (Dentist)

Correct Position for Hygienist and Before Placing a Rubber Dam Clamp (Dentist)

Correct Position With Rubber Dam Clamp

Correct Position With Rubber Dam Clamp

The Sippressor

Before treatment begins attach a Sippressor in the quadrant you will be working in. Usually the rubber band connector is placed between the second premolar and first molar. Place a rubber dam clamp as you normally would and make sure the wings of the clamp are above the tubing of the Sippressor holding it in position. Connect the Sippressor to the High Volume line and give the patient the on/off switch with instructions on how to use it.

Rubber Dam Clamp

After placing the Sippressor the rubber dam clamp provides stabilization of the Sippressor. There is now enough space to work without a rubber dam and also provide assistant-free dentistry. The dentist can work solo if so desired.

Small piece of Sippressor exposed is ok.

Rubber Dam

After placing the Sippressor, a rubber dam can be placed as usual. The Sippressor will sit underneath the dam and can be turned on and off by the patient as required. There may be a small piece of the Sippressor exposed on the distal of the most posterior tooth above the dam (see photo). This is ok and will help if you are working alone to remove aerosols from the high-speed handpiece.

Floss Sippressor

Inserting the Floss Sippressor, the posterior piece of floss can go between the first and second molar and the anterior piece between the first and second premolar. Other options are possible too. Tie a double knot after pulling the lingual tubing tight intimate to the teeth. It should be inserted in the quadrant where you are providing treatment.

Sippressor Bite Block

This Straight Sippressor tubing is inserted in the bite block and adjusted so that it is in the most effective position. Hand the on/off switch to the patient.

Sippressor Bite Block

Sippressor Bite Block in place.

Sippressor Bite Block

Sippresor placed normally and then Under a Bite Block

 

Patient Controlled

Patient holds on/off switch and can turn the Sippressor off and on as they like. Some patients like to leave it on for the entire appointment.

Using With a Cavitron

 

Working Without A Dental Assistant

Crown prep on 46.

Working Without a Dental Assistant Using a Y Adaptor and Two Sippressors

Working Without Dental Assistant Using Rubber Dam

Working On An Anterior Tooth Without A Dental Assistant

In the Vestibule During Triple Tray Impressions

Achieving Proper Ergonomic Position Using the Sippressor (Hygienists)

Able to Use Both Hands While Using the Sippressor

Cavitron Being Used on Maxillary Teeth

Sippressor Placed on Mandibular Teeth

Pedo Patient

Pedo Patient

Can be used very effectively in children. They like playing with the on/off switch.

Y Adaptor
Y Adaptor

Y Adaptor

Used where the Sippressor is placed in two different quadrants.

Using Two Sippressors

Using Two Sippressors

 

Super Sippressor

 

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SIPPRESSOR COMPONENTS

Sippressor components

ADDRESS
100 - 555 West Georgia St.

Vancouver, BC V6B 1Z6
604-569-0099

CONTACT
Adrienne
Email: sippressor@gmail.com