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- GDC Gracey curette has a lower cutting edge and an upper non-cutting edge, because only one side of each blade can cut.
- Gracey curettes are site-specific, and a posterior instrument used to clean mesial surfaces of teeth will not work on distal surfaces, and vice versa.
- Gracey blades used for mesial surfaces of anterior teeth from the facial are only suitable for the distal surfaces of the same teeth when access is performed from the lingual.
- Gracey 7/8 is arguably the most versatile in the range and can be used on the buccal and lingual surfaces of bicuspids and molars.
- The instrument has a large contra-angle with only a medium return angle and a shorter shank than the previous described curettes.
- The tip terminates in a hooked toe standing off-line to the instrument to allow for any tendency to twist during use to be countered by the angle of insertion.
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