Gracey curette

Gra·cey cu·rette

(grāsē kyūr-et)
A curved or hooked implement; its blade consists of a compound-curved bend at the end of the shank and two cutting edges formed by the junction of the outer and inner surfaces.
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Briefly, a sterile Gracey curette was used to collect a pooled plaque sample from five different sites: enamel biofilm from bucco-gingival surfaces of the molars and incisors (51 and 55), decayed dentine from inside the lesions of the same teeth, and saliva.
I learned to use Gracey curettes and scale subgingivally.
Universal and Gracey curettes are the instruments of choice in sulci of normal depth.