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Some Tips on Choosing Dental Tools

New technology is transforming all areas of the way we live and dentistry is no exception. Dental equipment is the most part on dental practice, you need to choose the correct tools to help you. There are some tips for you about how to choose the dental equipment.

One of the most fundamental devices used in dentistry, the dental handpiece can enhance the efficiency of everyday dental tasks. Selecting the right handpiece is critical to helping ensure the smooth operation of everyday activities. The two primary types of handpieces—air-driven and electric—have unique characteristics with specific benefits and drawbacks. Both can achieve excellent results, therefore it is important to understand the differences and advantages of each.

The use of air-driven “high-speed” handpieces enabled clinicians to work more expeditiously with reduced trauma to the tooth and the patient.  When polishing or cutting through various types of tooth structure or restorative materials, the bur of electric handpiece does not “bog down” or slow down when performing the clinical task. In many clinical situations, an electric handpiece can perform the same functions that both an air-driven high-speed and separate low-speed unit can.

Dental chair or the dental engine is one of the most important items for setting up the dental health care unit. You can choose portable folding chair. It is featured by its light weight and flexibility in movement, positioning as well as its unique design, solidity and stability of structure, and convenience of folding and unfolding. The structure of this product is made of quality angle steel components with sprayed plastic coating finished by acid-washing. It is suitable for a lot of applications such as dental treatment, transfusion, beauty salon, leisure resting, etc.

As for the air polishing, because it could reduce bond strengths on tooth restorations, and so it is generally advised that patients with restorations stick to traditional polishing techniques using dedicated nanocomposite polishers which are not only safe to use on restorations, but also provide a great finish.

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