P R E S S R E L E A S E
Get out of the Stone Age
Heidelberg, January 30, 2019 – Periodontal instruments require regular manual or mechanical regrinding. This shortens their shelf life because they lose not only substance but also their original shape. Studies have shown that sharpening rarely maintains the factory-set angles, often reduces the functionality of the instruments or even makes them completely useless.
The ineffective, time-consuming and injurious procedure becomes superfluous with American Eagle’s XP® technology. A special alloy makes the working ends of scalers and curettes extremely hard and resistant, so they retain their high quality cutting edges and are always ready for use. Sharpening stones are history, time can be used more productively, and the practioner no longer tires prematurely from the strenuous use of blunted blades.
The periodontal therapy becomes also relaxed and stress-free for the patients, because calculus is no longer abrasively chipped away, but gently removed without effort. XP® instruments from American Eagle are also cost-effective because they outlast any standard product when used properly. For more information, visit http://www.am-eagle.de/en/xp-technology/
Young Innovations at the IDS: Hall 11.2 Booth P58
XP® Instruments from American Eagle. Photo: American Eagle
About American Eagle
American Eagle is a Young Innovations brand, a leading developer, manufacturer and distributor of high-quality dental products. The portfolio includes innovative solutions for prophylaxis, diagnostics, restoration, periodontology, implantology, endodontics and orthodontics and world-renowned brands like Young™, Zooby®, Microbrush® and American Eagle Instruments®. The American corporation has its headquarters in Chicago and its European centre in Heidelberg, Germany. The enterprise was founded in 1900 and is owned by The Jordan Company.
Reprint permitted – copy requested to KONNEKT PR, P.O. Box 15 05 48, 70077 Stuttgart, Germany
Young Innovations Europe GmbH
Phone: +49 (0)6221/434 544 2
Fax: +49 (0)6221/453 952 6
Media Relations Contact:
Sonja Britta Reber
P.O. Box 150548
Phone: +49 (0)711/6743 647-0