HOW TO USE
It is an aid to be used in conjunction with the saliva ejector and HVE suction.
Using the Sippressor: As Easy as 1-2-3
1. Connecting The Sippressor
2. Attaching Sippressor to Bib (optional)
3. Attaching The Sippressor
Video Library, Instructions, Tips, Demos
The Sippressor can be used in many different clinical applications. The benefit of the Sippressor can only be realized with the proper insertion into the mouth. It is not designed to benefit all clinical procedures. Once you get familiar with it you can determine for yourself when you like to use it.
- Most fluids build up in the retromolar area. Make sure the Sippressor goes there. This can be achieved by placing on the upper or lower arch. Position the Sippressor for a trial fit before placing, then use a back and forth flossing motion to get the connector past the contact point. Pull connector rubber as tight as possible before using back and forth motion to get connector in place. (should be under contact point)
- If you are a dentist you must have two high volume suction lines, if you have only one either contact us at 604-569-0099 or contact your dental service company to install a second one.
- Included in your initial order is a “Sippressor tubing”, insert the large end into your high volume suction line, it should fit precisely.
- If a connector rips you must dispose of The Sippressor and use a new one.
- It is beneficial to try The Sippressor on a team member before trying on a patient.
Please contact us, by email or phone, if there are any concerns.
Attaching Sippressor - tip (Optional)
Placing Sippressor and Rubber Dam Clamp
Using With a Cavitron
Working Without A Dental Assistant
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
Achieving Proper Ergonomic Position Using the Sippressor (Hygienists)
How the Sippressor Can Be Applied
Correct Position for Hygienist and Before Placing a Rubber Dam Clamp (Dentist)
Correct Position With Rubber Dam Clamp
There May Be a Small Piece of the Sippressor Exposed
Sippressor placed normally and then Under a Bite Block
Using Two Sippressors
#100 - 555 West Georgia St., Vancouver, BC V6B 1Z6
Contact: Dr. David Maycher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-569-0099