PRODUCT - THE SIPPRESSOR

Did you know that saliva increases in people’s mouth from their anxiety and stress levels of having dental appointments?

THE SIPPRESSOR - DEMONSTRATION

WITH THE SIPPRESSOR

  • Easy to use - takes a few minutes to assemble in patient’s mouth and instruct him/her how to work the control switch.
  • Small - doesn’t get in the way during the procedure.
  • Effective - for dentists, hygienists and patients.
  • Control - allows the patient to take care of the vital function of moisture control, and therefore causes less choking and gagging from build up of oral fluids.
  • Comfort - The Sippressor is more comfortable for patients than a saliva ejector because of its soft texture.

TYPES OF SIPPRESSORS

INTRA-ORAL COMPONENTS

The Sippressor

The Sippressor

Comes in 1 foot and 2 foot lengths. With the 1 foot length the on/off switch will sit just above heart level. With the 2 foot length the on/off switch will sit around the patients hip level.

The dental hygienist would always use the 1 foot length as it provides more powerful suction.

Product-Floss Sippressor

Floss Sippressor

The Floss Sippressor comes in a 2 foot length. It can be used interchangeably with the more traditional Sippressor. It is a matter of personal preference.

Bite Block Sippressor

Bite Block Sippressor

The Sippressor is inserted in the bite block. This Sippressor is straight. There is no curve. It can be adjusted anterior or posterior to have the tip in the most effective position.

EXTRA-ORAL COMPONENTS

Bib Clip

Bib Clip

Used to fasten to bib to stabilize tubing and Sippressor.

Attached to Hi Volume Suction Line


Attached to Hi Volume Suction Line

Tubing connects to hi-volume suction line on one end and the Sippressor on the other end.

Y Adaptor


Y Adaptor

Used where the Sippressor is placed in two different quadrants.

ADDRESS
100 - 555 West Georgia St.

Vancouver, BC V6B 1Z6
604-569-0099

CONTACT
Adrienne
Email: sippressor@gmail.com