We at Pura Dental Products
have developed the Freehand Ring, an autoclavable multi-use ring worn during dental procedures. The ring contains two separate disposable inserts. The first is a foam insert that provides a safe and reliable surface to wipe excess debris collected during instrumentation from the tips of your instruments. The second is a dual well insert (2 compartments) which conveniently holds materials such as fluorides, polishing pastes, desensitizing solutions any type of pastes, liquids or gels applied into the oral cavity.
Company & Product Background
The Freehand Ring was developed by Alisha and Jeremy Luman. Alisha, a dental hygienist, realized a need for a more efficient, safe and time-saving alternative to the traditional way of cleaning debris from instrument tips during instrumentation. This spawned the original design which included the foam insert only. Realizing their original concept could be taken even further, they researched designs in which the Freehand Ring could also hold substances like pastes, liquids and gels that are to be applied into the oral cavity, and they arrived at the Dual Well concept. After multiple trial-and-error processes, they fine-tuned the final product design and the Freehand Ring was born. Although the original product concept specifically had dental hygienists in mind, the Freehand Ring has enormous flexibility and can be utilized by any dental professional, especially when working alone.
Pura Dental Products, LLC was created to bring the Freehand Ring and other future dental product innovations to market, and is currently the distributor of the Freehand Ring out of Scottsdale, AZ. Alisha has been working in the dental field since 2001, starting as a dental assistant and becoming a dental hygienist in 2010.
Chriss T., RDH
Love this product, it's a game changer!!!!! I have so many patients who are large chested and when you clip the 2x2
on the bib clip it flops over. This solves the problem.
Erin W., RDH
After receiving a Freehand Ring sample at my state hygiene conference in 2018, I became a believer!
It's safe, convenient and a logical way to wipe debris off instruments during prophylaxis.
It's also a great ergonomical choice as I no longer have to twist and turn to wipe instruments on
a 2x2. I can't live without my Freehand Ring!
Giedre G., RDH
This ring is my new love because it is easier to work practical job. And now my position is ergonomically
better than previous. I do not need to find cotton to remove from curette
blood or dental stones. Ah, finally.